I work at a non-profit that has a copy Konica copy machine that has sever ghosting issues. It is possible that toner for a Konica 3135 has been used in the machine. Could this be the cause of the ghosting, or is more likely a drum issue?
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Image processing board failure. I would first check all the connection on the image processing board pull each connector one at the time and check for a bent pin, worse case the image processing board is bad, doubt you can find one a Legacy Konica Machine Konica is now KonicaMinolta.
You need a drum cleaning blade. These blades will go bad if left unused for that much time. This part cleans all that toner off of the drum in between copies. Cheap part at about $25.00 to $35.00
Just google konica 1015 drum cleaning blade and you will find one.
Yes, It sounds like a ghosting issue. Several components can cause a ghosting issue. The distance between the first occurance(the one on purpose) and the second occurance(ghost image) can determine the part of the machine causing the image problem
56.6mm - Fuser
54.5mm - Transfer Belt
75.4mm - Drum unit (1 of toner carts)
The exposure lamp (light source) that illuminates the original has failed.
This may be fused in your machine but the fuse rarely blows without reason.
You should be able to verify this pretty easily by lifting the cover and doing a blank copy.
Description: How to clear fuser abnormality codes (F34, F35, F36). Solution: To reset fuser codes, perform the following steps: 1. Access the 25 mode (power the machine OFF. Hold down the 2 and 5 keys, and power the machine ON). 2. Press P-4-7-P on the key pad. (1, 4, 5, or 6 will be displayed on the copy quantity indicator). 3. Press the 0 key to change the indication to a zero. 4. Press the start/print key to enter the new data. 5. Power the machine OFF then ON to exit the 25 mode.
Note: If the F code reoccurs after powering the machine ON or following warm-up, contact service immediately.
yes. although I would first check the fuser unit. It is located the exit side of the copier. let the copier cool down before handaling the teflon fuser roller. The upper roller has a teflon coating, if it is worn the image will not transfer properly to the paper thus leaving a duplicate / ghost image. Good luck