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You will probably find there is some toner on the left hand edge of the OPC belt that interferes with the optical sensor reading the page rotation mark on the edge of the OPC. It may also have coated the optical sensor that is in front of the left hand edge of the OPC belt
hl-2700" OPC Reset
press GO and "+" at same time press "+" until OPC BELT appears press "SET"
that will reset the counter on the expensive OPC.
Since the "MFC-9420CN" is build on the same chassis and engine, the "OPC belt reset for the 9420CN" is as follows:
Press 1 and 7 at the same time Press 1 to reset the life counter.
The SVC E9 error indicates a 'BELT MARKER' error.
This means the printer is not detecting the OPC Belt as rotating.
This error can be caused by a damaged OPC belt, you can check this by removing the OPC belt from the printer and look at the OPC belt it should have a smooth green coating if there is damage to this belt it may cause this error.
The error can also be caused by a damaged 'Transfer Belt' when the OPC belt has been removed from the printer look inside the printer where the OPC belt used to be located you should see a black belt towards the back of the printer, if this belt is damaged it can also cause the error.
Ensure the OPCBelt locates in the printer correctly.
If the OPC belt and Transfer belt look to be free from damage and a are located correctly in the printer you may have a faulty belt marker sensor or faulty OPC belt.
You can try substituting the OPC belt for an alternative one if you have this available to see if you can narrow the problem down to the sensor.
The opc sensor is not sensing the belt. Open the front cover and remove all the toner trays. You will see the green OPC and the sensor is located in the left upper corner. Also open the top cover and remove the OPC. Clean the sensor with a soft bristle brush. Also make sure the OPC left side is free of toner deposits. This may incorrectly trigger the OPC position sensor. Hope this helps.
the opc belt is the optical photo conductor belt in your printer. It is the bright green shiney belt you see when you remove a cartridge. You can access it through the top of your unit. You will see a cover where the paper comes out. Inside there are two green clips that push outward. These release the opc belt.
You can purchase a replacement opc belt from most good stationary and consumable suppliers, however, be ready for a shock. the price of the opc belt is almost as much as the unit is worth.
To reset page counter after replacing the OPC belt or FC Roller please follow the steps below:
Power the printer on while holding down MENU/ENTER key
Release the key when the display shows "Utility Menu Clear FC Roll"
If you have replaced the FC Roller then select this option by pressing MENU/ENTER key. If you have replaced the OPC belt then change this option by pressing MEDIA key so the display changes to "Utility Menu Clear Belt CG".
When one of these options is selected Press the MENU/ENTER key and the display will change to "Utility Menu Clear FC. Roll/ Clear Belt CG Not Execute". Press the MEDIA key and the display will change to "Execute"
Press the MENU/ENTER key and after about 10 seconds the display will change to "Completed Clear FC. Roll / Belt CG"
Now power the printer off and after waiting few seconds power it on again, after it's initial self-diagnosis the printer should now work normally without the error message.