Question about Dell 5110cn Laser Printer
Need transfer roller reset instructions.
Pop the lens cover off of the transfer roller, clean all the toner debris out of there and replace the lens, put clear tabe on it, and you are good as new!
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
There is no reset for the BTR.
When the error message is displayed, simply remove the old BTR, install the new BTR, and the error message goes away.
There is no circuitry or counters involved. The BTR collects waste toner, and when it is full, the obtical sensor that "reads" through the BTR becomes obstructed, and thus causes the error.
I have seen some people try to dump the waste toner and clean the sight glass, but really the BTR should be replaced, and the error will clear.
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Mar 15, 2011 | Dell 5100cn Laser Printer
When faced with a 59.99 error, we have found additional
ways to solve the issue since the service manual was written.
Error: 59.99.00 Description: An error occurred in the secondary transfer engaging mechanism. Solution
Follow the troubleshooting steps below:
Fuser seated improperly. Reseat the fuser.
NOTE: You may hear grinding sounds from the right, rear of the printer associated with this specific failure also.
Faulty secondary transfer engagement sensor. Replace the
secondary transfer engagement sensor. (PS16, part of paper pickup/feed
Faulty secondary transfer engaging solenoid. Replace the
secondary transfer engaging solenoid. (SL4, part of paper pickup/feed
Faulty feed motor. Replace the feed motor. (M1)
Faulty DC controller PCB. Replace the DC controller
If the 59.99 error only occurred after removing and
reinstalling the paper pickup/feed assembly, what may have happened is that the
secondary transfer engaging solenoid SL4 may have become dislocated. See figure
below. Verify position of tab on top of solenoid.
Figure (See Link) Pickup/Feed Assm -
RM1-0765-070CN).(Includes solenoid & sensor) DC Controller PCB (RM1-0510-000) DC Controller, CLJ 3500/3550 Primary Transfer Roller Engaging Motor (M-5) RK2-0139 Drum Motor (M-3) RM1-0733Drum
motor - Provides power to turn cartridge drums Delivery Motor (M-2)
RK2-0138 Feed Motor (M-1) - RK2-0137 Located on lower left front of
main right side plate assembly Secondary transfer engagement sensor. (PS-10) (Part of Pickup/Feed Assembly) Secondary transfer engaging solenoid. (SL-4) RK2-0145-000CN Formatter Assembly Q1319-67903
Parts associated with this fix:
http://lbrty.com/Products/HP/parts_hp/pnC3500.html (Very Good Parts Vender Catalog) http://www.feedroller.com/Store/clj3500.php (Parts Vender) http://www.laserprinterservices.com/hp3500/hp3500.html (Parts Vender) HP Customer: To order HP computer parts and printer parts by phone please call 1-800-227-8164 , Monday-Friday, 7:00am to 7:00pm CST.
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Pickup/Feed Assm -
RM1-0765-070CN).(Includes solenoid & sensor)
DC Controller PCB (RM1-0510-000) DC Controller, CLJ 3500/3550
Primary Transfer Roller Engaging Motor (M-5) RK2-0139
Drum Motor (M-3) RM1-0733Drum
motor - Provides power to turn cartridge drums
Delivery Motor (M-2)
Feed Motor (M-1) - RK2-0137 Located on lower left front of
main right side plate assembly
Secondary transfer engagement sensor. (PS-10) (Part of Pickup/Feed Assembly)
Secondary transfer engaging solenoid. (SL-4) RK2-0145-000CN
Formatter Assembly Q1319-67903
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