Question about Ricoh Aficio CL3500N Laser Printer
I called Ricoh getting light blue lines down the left side of my color pictures. They told me I need a new photo color conductor unit. I have only used my Ricoh for 11 months and not continually. It is about 18 months old. I am a watercolorist and will print out color demos of my paintings and I am getting this light blue line throughout the color on the left side, no more than 1/16 inch wide. My printer has never given me a message saying that it needs replaced. I have gotten messages for color toners but not the color conductor unit. I ordered a new unit but I haven't installed yet. Is this what the problem really is if I'm not getting a message???? Thank you in advance for any advice
You should replace the PCU if prints show any of the following symptoms.
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Jan 31, 2012 | Ricoh Aficio MP 2000 Black and White...
Photo Conductor Unit Color
A Turn off the power, and then unplug the power cable.
B Open the right cover.
C Pull out the green levers on the left and right that are securing the inner
D Lift the inner cover until it stays up.
E Remove the photo conductor unit.
F Pinch the
green lever to unlock the unit.
G Pull out the photo conductor unit carefully.
H Pinch the green lever to unlock the unit.
I Pull out the photo conductor unit carefully until it stops.
J Pinch the green part to release the unit
.K Pull out the photo conductor unit carefully. Be sure to hold the unit with both hands, and pull it out carefully.
L Take out the new photo conductor unit.
M Remove the cap attached to the photo conductor unit. The cap is no longer needed and can be disposed of.
N Remove the tape from around Photo Conductor Unit by peeling it down-ward, and then remove the unit
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