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E350d LEXMARK PRINTER - GET CODE 84 REPLACE PHOTOCONDUCTOR REPLACED WITH PART NUBER e250X22G, STILL GET SAME CODE PRINTER WAS NEW AND INSTALLED ON JUNE 9TH, 2008 PLEASE UGGEST SOLUTON THANKS

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Make sure you have installed the photoconductor correctly. Instructions can be found here.

Next, you will have to reset the PC count. Please contact Lexmark Technical Support. A technician will need to walk you through resetting a couple of the internal printer counters to get the printer operational again.

You can call them at 1-800-539-6275
Mon - Fri: 9 am - 9 pm & Sat: 12 pm - 6 pm

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Hello Earlspharmac,

Please lick HERE andyou will be directed to Lexmark's website. Select your zone and country. Then on the first box "search by printer model" type "E350d"

Then under the box "Search the KnowledgeBase" Type "CODE 84 REPLACE PHOTOCONDUCTOR"

You will be shown a list of solutions.

I hope this helps and anything else you need let me know,
Dahaka

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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Have you tried hart reset after getting this error ?

If you have tried it then i think replacement part might be defective .

I think you have warranty go for warranty .

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Is this is the error getting on Display panel of printer or Do you geting it on computer screen?

What operating system running on PC? Since when this problem arised (any changes made in printer or PC - if you remember let me know)

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Code 84 is a common Windows error message. Code 84 is usually caused by a bad device drivers, missing system files, wrong system settings or a corrupted registry file. First, reboot your computer to insure the error is not temporary. If the error returns you will need to run a registry scan to check for registry errors & other system problems. 89% of the time this will fix the cause of the error

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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    Code 84 Hot Fix Solution:





    Step 1
    Download Repair Tool.

    Step 2
    Click 'Scan Now'.

    Step 3
    Click 'Repair' to fix Code 84 & Optimize PC Settings

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    to do it your self this is the link to help you for step by step instructions with proper diagrams to guide you properly.

    just click this link and continue following the instructions



    http://www.pcerror.info/errorcode/code%2...



    rate the solution if it helps you.

    feel free for further assistance.

    thanks.

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Turn off unit, disconnect power cord for at least 3 mins., remove photoconductor and reseat it.

turn on unit then go to settings and locate reset to factory defaults.

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INSTALL PROPER DRIVER FROM HERE
ALSO CHECK POWER SUPLY AND EARTHING.
ASLO TRY TO CHANGE ADAPTER.
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TRY THISE 3 URL GET DRIVER

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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Ready replace photocon


If you get this warning on your printer, a replacement of your photoconductor unit is needed.
Part #: E250X22G ( Photoconductor Unit )

https://parts.lexmark.com/wpo-catalog/US_en/

Once the unit is replaced, you have to reset the Photoconductor count. To do this, please visit the link below.
http://bitly.com/HZZ19o

Hope this helps!
For further assistance, please contact Lexmark Technical Support.

Apr 09, 2012 | Lexmark E350d Laser Printer

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What is 84 replace mean.


This is a summary of the chat I had with a Lexmark tech

The code 84 replace indicates the consumable parts of your printer are in need of replacing.
The rollers or drum.
Usually the toner has its own code.

I started the chat from this link..
http://support.lexmark.com/index?page=answers&startover=y&locale=en&userlocale=EN_US&productCode=LEXMARK_E350D&segment=SUPPORT&question=what+does+84+replace+mean#

good luck and don't forget to vote!!!

Sep 28, 2010 | Lexmark E350d Laser Printer

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We are receiving the error message "84 oc life exhausted". What can we do to solve?


84 PC Life Exhausted indicates that the photoconductor unit has reached its functional life. The photoconductor kit will need to be replaced. The printer will not function so long as the Exhausted message remains on the display. The only way to clear the message is to install a new photoconductor. After replacing the photoconductor unit, you need to manually reset the pc page counter as well. Thank you for choosing Lexmark.

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How do I install a Lexmark E352DN Photoconductor


Here's an article on How to Change the Photoconductor Unit/Kit on a Lexmark E250d(n), E350d, E352dn, or E450dn Printer. Just click on this link: http://bit.ly/aykTXL. This should give you an idea on how to install the photoconductor unit in the Lexmark E352dn printer.

NOTE: If you are replacing your old photoconductor unit with a new one, after installing it you will need to reset the photoconductor counter as well.

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A Lexmark printer E350d has a message "photocon". What does it need?


Photoconductor unit (drum unit).

These are available new and remanufactured on internet auction sites.

Note that the photoconductor unit is EXACTLY THE SAME (other than the label and part number) as the one for DELL 1720.

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Code 84 Replace Photoconductor


put back your old drum and let me know what gos on thanks

Nov 18, 2009 | Lexmark E352dn Laser Printer

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When display "84 replace Photoconductor" appears, and we put aq new photoconductor into the printer, the same error message above comes back, and we can get by this point.


Turn printer off. Press and hold the right arrow and checkmark. While holding, turn printer on. Hold button combination until small clock appears on the screen. Once menu comes up, select the Reset PC count. That will fix your issue.

Oct 30, 2009 | Lexmark E350d Laser Printer

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Replace photoconducter 84 on lexmark e350d


Go to www.lexmark.com Select the correct country. then Selectg "Technial Support" Enter the model of your printer "E350D" Click on search. Under the "Knowledge base" header place this number into the search bar: "ENUS27198" click on search. ************************* Lexmark E350d Country / Region: United States Language: English Need to download a driver? How to Reset the Photoconductor Page Count on a Lexmark E350d or 352dn Printer ID: ENUS27198 Procedure Follow the steps in the table below to reset the photoconductor (PC) page count. NOTE: The directions in this article are in English. To download a PDF file containing these instructions in several other languages, click here (file size: 782 KB). Step Action 1 Enter the printer's Configuration menu: Power off the printer. On the printer's operator panel, press and hold the select button () and the back button (). Power the printer back on while keeping both these buttons held down. When you see the messages Performing Self Test or Busy on the printer screen, you can release both buttons. If the printer has successfully entered configuration mode, you will see a new menu with the heading CONFIG MENU at the top of the screen. 2 Press the right arrow button () until you see Reset PC Cnt. Press once. You will see Reset. Press again. The printer will display a Resetting PC Count Value message and go back to the previous screen. 3 Press once. 4 Press or on the operator panel until you see Exit Config Menu. Press once. Selecting this will cause the printer to reboot. If the counter has been reset correctly, the printer should return to a Ready prompt. 5 If this does not clear the PC Life Warning or Replace Photoconductor message, power off the printer and attempt this entire procedure again. If the error remains after two attempts, confirm that: The correct photoconductor unit is installed. The part number on the photoconductor unit should be E250X22G. If it is not, install the correct photoconductor unit into the printer. The photoconductor unit has not been refurbished by a third party or is not damaged in any way. If the photoconductor unit was refurbished by a third party or appears to be damaged, try replacing it again before seeking service on the printer. If the error persists, the printer may require service to correct the issue. Contact Lexmark Technical Support for more information. Don

Jun 03, 2009 | Lexmark E350d Laser Printer

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I have a Lexmark E352dn printer. The screen showed that the Photoconductor needed replacing which I have done. However the screen still shows " 84 Replace Photoconductor " I have removed and...


the problem is that you need to reset the counter of the photoconductor unit. From the official site of lexmark, i find this solution.
Step Action 1 Enter the printer's Configuration menu:
  1. Power off the printer.
  2. On the printer's operator panel, press and hold the select button (pattlnk_11202006_2142-select_button.jpg) and the back button (pattlnk_4122007_1833-back%20button%20e350_e352_e450.gif).
  3. Power the printer back on while keeping both these buttons held down.
  4. When you see the messages Performing Self Test or Busy on the printer screen, you can release both buttons.
  5. If the printer has successfully entered configuration mode, you will see a new menu with the heading CONFIG MENU at the top of the screen.
2 Press the right arrow button (pattlnk_4122007_1837-right_arrow.jpg) until you see Reset PC Cnt. Press pattlnk_11202006_2142-select_button.jpg once. You will see Reset. Press pattlnk_11202006_2142-select_button.jpg again.
The printer will display a Resetting PC Count Value message and go back to the previous screen.
3 Press pattlnk_4122007_1833-back%20button%20e350_e352_e450.gif once. 4 Press pattlnk_4122007_191-left_arrow.jpg or pattlnk_4122007_1837-right_arrow.jpg on the operator panel until you see Exit Config Menu. Press pattlnk_11202006_2142-select_button.jpg once. Selecting this will cause the printer to reboot.

If the counter has been reset correctly, the printer should return to a Ready prompt.
5 If this does not clear the PC Life Warning or Replace Photoconductor message, power off the printer and attempt this entire procedure again. If the error remains after two attempts, confirm that:
  • The correct photoconductor unit is installed. The part number on the photoconductor unit should be E250X22G. If it is not, install the correct photoconductor unit into the printer.
  • The photoconductor unit has not been refurbished by a third party or is not damaged in any way. If the photoconductor unit was refurbished by a third party or appears to be damaged, try replacing it again before seeking service on the printer.
If the error persists, the printer may require service to correct the issue. Contact Lexmark Technical Support for more information.

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