THe light below the ink lights is on is this the drum that needs
Changing or is it telling us something else. The light/picture in question is a long narrow thing with what seem like holes at each end. It is positioned between the clolour buttons and the orange button. Please tell what this warning sign is as I have changed the drum in the last couple of months.
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That means you drum will finish soon, once the drum light become on you can not print, start looking for the new drum price and get it, once the drum light become on open the front door, take out the toner and drum, with the front door open press go button and keep it down until the 4 lights of the printer become on, release the button and install the new drum with the cartridge.
CF910 is Minolta first generation color copier, does any color like green or blue color have the same problem, there will not be any error message to change image units. only toner. The machine has only one drum, and each color gets a chance to place its color on the drum. Paper is held by the big plastic drum next to the drum. You should think about having a service technician come out and look at it.
The drum is a light sensative roller that ink from the toner cartridge adheres to where the laser hits it. When it is no longer magnatized enough to hold the toner you'll see your print jobs start to lose that toner color. Just pull the drum out, buy a new one and put it in. Just don't expose the drum to light very long.
If your print job prints ok, ignore it. Just bear in mind you'll need a new drum soon. The drum is a light sensative roller that ink from the toner cartridge adheres to where the laser hits it. When it is no longer magnatized enough to hold the toner you'll see your print jobs start to lose that toner color. Just pull the drum out, buy a new one and put it in. Just don't expose the drum to light very long.
For all printers I'm familiar with, it should be on. Some won't even move the carrier (the sliding thing the ink carts go in) over to where you can get to it if you open the cover with the power off. And you'll want to print an alignment page after replacing a cart too or your printout may be blurry (most printers will prompt you to do that after you close the lid).
the problem can be caused by drrum unit, transfer belt unit and maybe something else also. Try print something and when printer starts to take up paper open front cover and see if the text/picture is replicated on pc drum or transfer belt. it is bossible that it may be caused from pc drum. so try changing it.