I have a Toshiba 2060 copier and the copies come out gray. It was previously suggested that I clean the optics and change the developer. Does anyone have step-by-step instructions for the change of developer procedure? Or know where a link is for me to download them?
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Hi, yes it could be chatge rollers fault, but how many copies does developer have? I would clean the charge roller with water, dry it, and change the developer. On these digital machine, when you have backround wich is dark, these means that developer is worn out and you need to change it and clean developer cylindar. When the optics is dirty the image will be light, not dark!!!!! Only on analog copiers when optics is dirty the copy is dark, and when the developer is worned out the copy is light!!!!
Please put the copier machine in the horizontally,and check the developer level in the developer station.Check the magnetic roller.If the copy degrade in the normal size (paper is positionly normal) the problem is in the optics section.In this case remove the mirror obturation plates,alligniament,clean the expo lamp.If the copy is degrade in the RS tray you need the check the developer unit,change and alligniament the doctor blade value (0,35mm) and change the drum collars.
Have you had the optics cleaned resently? If not Iwould start with that and make sure you have the copier unpluged and don't forget to clean the two mirrors under the Black Box/cover. It could also,mean that you need a new OPC drum and blade.. It depends on how maiy copies are on the copier and drum...