C0200: PC Drum Charge, Image Transfer/Paper Separator Coronas Malfunction.
Most probably a broken corona wire. It can also be caused by dirty coronas wich can be washed with water and soap and dry them well. If the problem persistes must look for the conections and HV1, wich suplies the coronas. GOOD LUCK.
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Below the drum is assy. that houses two very fine gold plated wires that do two things since the paper goes between these two wires and the drum the first is transfers the image on to the paper from the drum, the second one prevent the paper from sticking to the drum. One is or both are bad, BROKEN? Remove the assy. and replace both. They are very fine and fragile do not lose the springs. If that does not work you might have bad ends on the assy. after a while the plastic breakdowns and allow the voltage to go to ground. The wire carry around 2000 volts during the copy process. None during power off :) Open close the front door resets the code.
Sir, right below the drum area when you open the machine front door is a assy. with two very fragile gold plated wires that transfer the image from the drum to the paper. The paper moves over this wires during the copy process. They mite have broken giving you a C0200. Or the same type of wires are above the drum on the drum unit which must be removed to see them mite be bad. did you open close the front door to see if the machine will reset?
A c0200 deal with the scanner. You may have a blown scanning lamp. Dose the scanner find HP & does the scanning lamp turn "ON" it could also be the Lens HP. Was this code before or after you were there? If it was showing upafter you.. it could be that the Black Box is installed wrong.... Good Luck
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.