My copier has the led regarding the imaging unit always on, and stoped printing. This happens after 30000 pages.
I know that replacing the imaging unit should resolve this problem, but it´s a very expensive part and not easy to find where I live.
Is there any other way to solve this, like doing a reset to the imaging unit?
First enter into tech mode by pressing clear stop/exposure contol«/clear stop/exposure control» . Select the service mode function using the copy quantity and the zoom key and then press the start key.(The functions are shown in the order of d,c,A,and F.)
Now code c2 is(0) change to(1) press start.
Also to reset the counters, go code c6 and change it from (0) to (5) and all counters will be reset as soon as the machine is switched off and then on again.
Do Those Thing Which i told you please oppen counter cover on front panal then prees metar counter buton thann give program ( stop 0 stop 1 ) go from down key down and there is copy limit you just incres your copy limit it should be 30,000 make it 60,000 and make it of & on Than press panal reset Button email@example.com or call me +966557695755
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I would first starts by removing the Imaging units that are locked with blue levers below toner cartridges one by one for each colour and use the cleaning tool that is provided on the door (metal rod with handle and a pad on the opposite). When you pull the Imaging unit all the way out, you will see inside a long strip of LED and next to it on left hand side about a 1-2 cm another strip of MICRO LED Array. This is essentially yor print head and it has to be spotless clean. Use the rod and padded end to clean each of the arrays. This will give better sharpness and clarity to your prints. Then put Imaging Unit back in machine and pull the blue stick from the Imaging Unit out-in-out-in. The next step is to do Stabilisation and Gradation adjustments. This can be done in Service Mode. This should improve your printing. If it doesn't then you have either worn Imaging units _or_ Transfer Belt _or_ incorrect settings on Fuser or Fuser being worn.
I also had this problem with faded print down the left hand side. I decided to strip the printer down. I had to completely remove the laser imaging unit which meant removing all the covers and a couple of circuit boards. I then cleaned the lenses/mirrors inside the open front and laser head (behind a flap with laser warning sticker) with compressed air. This cured the problem but took a couple of hours. I wouldn't recommend doing this unless you are reasonable competent with electro mechanical devices.
Having seen the laser imaging unit out of the printer, it seems a real shame that it wasn't manufactured to be air/toner tight as this could have been achieved at a small cost.
I hope this is helpful ;)
I had replaced the fuser - no improvement. I removed the fuser, imaging unit & transfer roller. CAREFULLY using a vacuum cleaner I cleaned all units and the internals of the printer, rotating the roller on the imaging unit to clean all parts. (Warning Place Imaging unit on paper as toner escapes) After a few test prints the page cleared and duplicate ghosting cleared.