Toner Reset Instructions For DCP1610W and DCP1510

When a new toner is installed in a DCP1610W rand DCP1510  printer, a reset gear should turn and trigger a switch to reset the toner counter.

Sometimes the toner counter doesn’t get reset and realigning the reset gear is a little bit too techy for most users.

We’ve been sent the following instructions but we have yet to prove that it works…

  1. Press the MENU button.
  2. Hit the down arrow until you see info on the display.
  3. Press the OK button.
  4. Hit the down arrow until you see reset drum on the display.
  5. Press and hold the OK button until you see reset on the display.
  6. Press the START button.
  7. Press the up arrow until you see the value 10.
  8. Press  the OK button and you should see accepted on the display.
  9. Press STOP until the main menu appears on the display.

The toner message should now be reset.

Please leave a comment if you find this guide useful or there is anything we can improve to make it easier to follow.

Toner reset instructions for HL printers that use TN1070 cartridges.

Toner reset instructions for MFC printer that use TN1070 cartridges.


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12 thoughts on “Toner Reset Instructions For DCP1610W and DCP1510

  1. Mubasher says:

    Hi, can I reset my starter cartilage according to these instructions after refilling with new toner powder. I do not have reset gear in my starter cartilage. So basically after refilling the powder , I want to rest tonnerer by this method. Can I do that without reset gear??

  2. Chris says:

    This didn’t work for me. I have a dcp 1610w. I tried many times without success.
    The instructions work till I get to accept, I press stop but display reverts to replace toner, again!!!

  3. Emmanuel says:

    I have abandoned the printer for over 8 months before I came across this solution.
    Infact, it started working immediately.

    Thanks so much

  4. Susan says:

    The only change I had to make was in step 7. I could not get it to go to 10. It stayed at 0, but the other steps worked and I could still reset my toner. This was the first time I shook this toner after it said to replace the toner. The next copy was normal–not light as if the toner was going out. Thank you for your help!

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