I have a Xerox Phaser 6300DN that has given up the ghost - some gear assembly is frozen or wrecked. The cost to fix the printer is probably more than the cost of a new one, so I bought a new one. However, all of the consumable supplies in this printer are in great shape, so if you have the same machine, or fix printers and may run into a Phaser 6300 needing repair, you might want to get a good deal on these parts!
Preferably, I'd like to have someone take the whole machine away; however, if you'd like to buy the parts, here's the scoop on when I got each of them (details plus photos), plus a screen shot of the printer consumables dialog box I took last Thursday, January 28, 2016, before unplugging the machine.
High Capacity Black Toner Cartridge - the oldest part - is at about 45% full, purchased in November 2013 from LD products for $63.97 - new one now is priced at $44.99 (not a Xerox cartridge).
High Capacity Magenta Toner Cartridge - is at 95% full - purchased May 2015for $58.99 from LD products (not a Xerox Cartridge)
High Capacity Yellow Toner Cartridge - is at 100% full - purchased January 2016 for $39.75 from Supply Link (this is a Xerox replacement cartridge).
High Capacity Cyan Toner Cartridge - is at 100% full - purchased original in February 2015 for $58.99 from LD products; cartridge had an issue and LD made good on their 1-year guarantee and sent me a new one.
I installed the newest toner, thinking the new Cyan and Yellow cartridges might make the printing work, because I wasn't sure what the problem was - no dice, so they're brand new, never been used.
Transfer Roller - one brand new one (from Staples - $84.99 + shipping) in the machine (also installed hoping it would solve the problem) and one that still was working, and I think it still has life in it.
Fuser - New in 2013 from local Xerox VAR and is at 95% full - cost on a new unit is 189.99 from Staples or from Xerox.
Imaging Unit - New in 2012, from same Xerox VAR and is at 75% full - cost on a new unit is over $280, depending on who you buy it from. One caveat with this consumable - it is possible that the damaged/frozen gear drive is the drive that runs this unit. If so, it is possible that the imaging unit itself has been damaged, but until it is removed from the machine and put into an operating printer, it's impossible to tell.
All in All, over $775 worth of consumables, all of which are working, with the possible exception of the imaging unit as described. $400 or make a reasonable offer. If you can pick them up, great! If I have to ship them, I'd have to calculate shipping costs and add on to the purchase price.

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