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Developer what is different between a toner and a developer?

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Toner : It is mixture of Carbon & Resin ,that is mixed in a ratio 97% & 3% respectively. Basically it is used as ink in the photocopier machine.

Developer: Basically it is a ferritte magnetic material that is used as a carrier for toner. Usually it have opposite charge polarity than toner.

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Loud toner error


The machine does not use the toner directly from the bottle, it goes thorught a developer chamber filled with developer powder. Then the toner is charged and can "jump" over to the latent image of the drum.
In this developer chamber, there are some small gears (2-3 tiny gears) that may be worn out. Some developer may have entered the "gearbox", and the deveoper powder is very abrasive.
The teeth of the gears will eventually stop to contact and mesh up. The internal parts of the developer changer stops to revolve, and there is no toner mixed with the developer.
You can see that there is a build up of toner, but it does not enter the developer unit. These gears have to be replaced, and I allways change the developer powder at the same time.



mp 2000 developer gears-2rhlv5r3sdqqpeuzs0ozcjtp-5-0.jpg These gears must be replaced it they are worn. The image shows a brand new part that contains the gears.



mp2000 developer toner input side-2rhlv5r3sdqqpeuzs0ozcjtp-5-1.jpg This is the side of the developer unit where toner enters the developer unit. With defective gears, the developer unit can not pull toner inside of the unit, and the toner builds up in front of the unit.

The gears are cheap, but will often result in the need of new developer powder - and that is expensive.
If print quality does not have to be too good, one can use the old powder and save money. Some of the powder is lost during use, and leaks. There may be some dust in the developer too.
In order to get high quality several parts may need to be replaced.

It is quick and easy to change these gears, just a bit dirty job.

Jun 24, 2017 | Ricoh Office Equipment & Supplies

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?I have kyocera 1620 copier, after refilling the toner it start producing black marks on my documents,how can I stop it


You can't stop it. It sounds like you used the wrong toner and now its mixed with the developer powered causing excess toner. check the developer unit. When you REFILL toner you need to make sure it the right toner. toner has different melt points and components. If you use the wrong toner it will mess up the developer and cost much more than to buy a toner cartridge. If you live in Southeast Florida Advanced business computers is a great source for help. Computer network repair, printer copier maintenance repairs, copier printer leasing and supplies.

Mar 21, 2016 | Kyocera Office Equipment & Supplies

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How kyocera laser mfpsenses toner bin and powder


toner and developer are different the developer is usaly by the drum check too see if its in the machine or installed correctly

Jul 27, 2014 | Kyocera FS-1035MFP

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Error code E000024-0001


Toner gets in the developing assembly toner sensor (TS1) and may be shorting out the sensor. Blow out any toner in the sensor wiring and check to see if measure resolved the symptom. The toner level sensor has an open-circuit, replace the toner sensor.
Toner Sensor FK2-0358

However, re-attachment of the sensor also solves the symptom.

When the symptom has occurred, make the following selections in service mode [COPIER > I/O > DC-CON] and check the setting for the bit1 of [P021]. If the setting is "1", re-attach the toner sensor.

One problem found has been the toner sensor scraper blade in the developer not making contact with the surface of the toner sensor.
To check the toner sensor scraper blade first set up a work area. Lay out several sheets of 11 x17 paper on the work surface. Disassembling the developer is a messy job. Remove the upper cover of the developer and then rotate the developer in a counter clock wise direction. Basically the cylinder should rotate so the toner is scraped off of the cylinder by the developer blade.
If it is rotated in the wrong direction a large amount of toner will adhere to the developer cylinder and makes a mess.
The toner sensor is located on the on the outside of the developer and part of it goes through the wall of the developer unit.
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Next look at the inside surface of the developer where the toner sensor is mounted while rotating the developer cylinder in the correct direction. There is a mylar scraper sheet that needs to touch the inside surface of the developer wall. In the image below the inside surface of the developer wall is being touched by the mylar scraper blade. If the blade is damaged or broken off the toner will not be cleaned off of the sensor and give the error code E024. If the blade is the problem the developer will need to be replaced.
The part number for the developer is FM2-0287-010.
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Apr 13, 2014 | Canon imageRUNNER 4570 Copier

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How do I break the error code E000024-0001


E024-0001 Error Code:

Toner gets in the developing assembly toner sensor (TS1) and may be shorting out the sensor. Blow out any toner in the sensor wiring and check to see if measure resolved the symptom. The toner level sensor has an open-circuit, replace the toner sensor.
Toner Sensor FK2-0358

However, re-attachment of the sensor also solves the symptom.

When the symptom has occurred, make the following selections in service mode [COPIER > I/O > DC-CON] and check the setting for the bit1 of [P021]. If the setting is "1", re-attach the toner sensor.

One problem found has been the toner sensor scraper blade in the developer not making contact with the surface of the toner sensor.
To check the toner sensor scraper blade first set up a work area. Lay out several sheets of 11 x17 paper on the work surface. Disassembling the developer is a messy job. Remove the upper cover of the developer and then rotate the developer in a counter clock wise direction. Basically the cylinder should rotate so the toner is scraped off of the cylinder by the developer blade.
If it is rotated in the wrong direction a large amount of toner will adhere to the developer cylinder and makes a mess.
The toner sensor is located on the on the outside of the developer and part of it goes through the wall of the developer unit.
Next look at the inside surface of the developer where the toner sensor is mounted while rotating the developer cylinder in the correct direction. There is a mylar scraper sheet that needs to touch the inside surface of the developer wall. In the image below the inside surface of the developer wall is being touched by the mylar scraper blade. If the blade is damaged or broken off the toner will not be cleaned off of the sensor and give the error code E024. If the blade is the problem the developer will need to be replaced.
The part number for the developer is FM2-0287-010.

Jun 19, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I would like to know the difference between a starter and developer.How does a starter help?


Starter and Developer are eccentially the same thing or perform the same function. Starter is just a term typically used by Minolta and machines manufactured by Minolta. Starter/Developer is simply a component that acts as the carrier for the toner. Toner has no real magnetic properties so in some machines you need a way of getting the toner up to the drum surface. These machines use a magnetic roller and developer to perform this function. The Developer is like a metal powder that the toner mixes with. As it flows around the magnetic roller it carries the toner with it. Then an electrostatic charge on the surface of the drum "attracts" the toner away from the developer roller and onto the drum. That is a simplified answer to your question.
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Dec 21, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Were does the developer go. Inside the Developer MOdule? in a certain place? Or does it get put into the toner container?


The developer is not a toner. It goes in the developer unit, it is installed by a service rep. You need to empty out the used developer & install the new bag of developer & rest the counter & set the developer up to add toner when needed. To make a long story on developer short > it is made up of iron filings & it holds the toner on the developer make roller to make a even coat of toner on your paper... Good Luck..... Just to let you know your copier is a Ricoh and it is a dul component copier

Nov 01, 2010 | Lanier 1205 Copier

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What is the difference between the toner and developer on this printer? The manuals we have don't give any info on installing developer, but you can purchase both toner and developer for this...


Toner provides the color, Developer consists of magnetic particles that carry the color on the outside of the developer drum, which is magnetic. Some developer is lost on each copy, although most stays in the developer unit. When you run low on developer, your image gets lighter and lighter, until the machine reports an error because it can no longer self calibrate. One change of developer suffices for many changes of toner. There is a procedure involving various actions and codes to flush the developer material out and load new developer in. This is not difficult, but there are a couple of reasons you might not want to do it if you are unsure why or if you should. First, developer for these estudio copiers, is very expensive. Second, unless you know how many copies have been made on the existing developer, you might change the developer, and fail to correct the problem. There are related service items, involving the cleaning blades, and seals, servicing charging grids, corona wire, and general cleaning of the 4 developer units and opc drums. Including dusting with zinc sterate, etc., etc. Its hard to know where to begin or where to stop. If you really want to know all about it, order a manual from any of a variety of on-line sources. Good luck

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My copier Minolta EP2030


does not follow to do the repeated installation of developer. If you doing the installation, they will be different from factory. Minolta itself is determined concentration of the toner and after a certain time will stop the miks. Simply backfilling new portion developer and set the bank up with toner. Include the device. He stops in a certain time itself.Good luck.

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Ricoh Toner for FT3313 and FT3713


When the developer is the same the toner is the same.The toner drops in to the developer,thus the toner must be the same.They just package it different to be a pain!

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