Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
There is an error code C0200 comes on when its turned on what should I do pls
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A C0200 is a problem with one of the coronas - could be the charge, transfer, or separator.
First try resetting the code by opening and closing the main front door with the machine powered up and the error code showing. This should make the code go away.
It may or may not come back. If it does, clean the coronas.
It is necessary to remove the drum assembly in order to access the charge corona.
The EP3050 originally came with a self-replacing charge corona. It actually had a small spool of corona wire in the charge corona assembly, along with a small motor that advanced the wire every few thousand copies. This was prone to malfunctions, and there was a retrofit kit which replaced the whole thing with a conventional wire.
If you still have the code, and have no idea what I'm talking about, then it is probably time to call a technician. :-)
You will need to call an independent, as Konica Minolta no longer supports this model.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
this code is for toner motor rotation abnormal timing. check for any loose toner inside the toner hopper rotational path, clean the sensor for toner motor. check the toner bottle inserted is for the same model
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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This was of great help as I was able to sort out the corona and now the machine is back working. Great learning experience. Well done to you. You are really a genius in Minolta problem shooting.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
3 possible causes:
1) The optics are dirty thus making your copy darker. The test for this is to manually lighten the copy using the exposure control on the panel of your copier. Lighten the copy several positions and see if the copy gets better. If it does then the optics need to be cleaned.
2) The copier is overtoned. This means that the toner to developer concentration is to high. This will require a trained technician to lower the toner ratio and then recalibrate the toner/developer ration using the F8 mode.
3) If the shading gets much worse as you run say 10 copies in a row then the drum cleaning blade would be the cause. So run 10 copies of something and compare the first copy out with the tenth copy out. Do you see a dramatic difference in the amount of background or "shading"?
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Posted on Mar 16, 2010
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