Question about Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer
My Samsung printer is showing Transfer Belt Error
I have a utility to reset the consumables errors on this printer, but only if the component is past its lifecount. (60k for transfer belt)
Its called CLP-300_Reset_RLCv04.exe or just RLCV-04.exe (if you can find a copy)
If you need a copy, let me know and I'll find some way to get it to you.
I've used it for transfer belt reset and it works.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
SOLVED!!!!! lo solucione, despues de mas de 10 horas de desarmar limpiar sensores decenas de veces,de esta manera:
Mi problema fue "error en la cinta de transferencia" luz roja. En ocasiones, despues de abrir y cerrar la tapa de los cartuchos de toner, el primer "test" que realiza la impresora quedaba con luz verde...OK, pero, no imprimia, volvia la luz roja al intentarlo.
Lo que hice fue, con la impresora con luz verde del primer test, abrir levemente la tapa trasera, la que provoca el arrastre del papel, donde esta el fusor, y mantener esa tapa apenas abierta sosteniendola con la mano, asi, la impresion se realizo, luego, solo cerre la tapa del todo y listo... Supongo algo se ordena, al hacer esto. Suerte!
Posted on Apr 04, 2016
Same here, any chance of a copy of the utility. i have 2 of these showing the error
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
Peter I have the same error message.can you send me the reset tool file?
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
hi guys.. iam Aqeel from pakistan.
i've just solved that stucking problem today and tellining u guys who are facing such problems over thr.
All you need to do are two steps:
1- detach the paper tray and push it back correctly.
2- open front door and remove toner cartridges, on left inner side u may see a light sensor which detects the toner cartridges.. simply clean this section by a small cotton bud. and left side of toner unit thr is a sensor door, behind that door there is also a light sensor bulb, which needs cleaning by a cotton bud.
i hope this will help u fixing that problem.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
SOURCE: I have a SAMSUNG CLP
You need to check the status of the transfer belt. Press and hold the Stop button for 6 seconds; the LED should blink slowly and then quickly. (If a demo page prints, hold the Stop button for longer when you retry the procedure.) The transfer belt should last for approximately 100,000 black and white pages or approximately 25,000 color pages. Compare the information from the configuration page to determine if the ITB (Image Transfer Belt) is near or past its expected life.
If the unit isn't near these limits, try reseating the transfer belt. Open the front cover by pressing the release button at the center of the top of the cover. Then remove all of the toner cartridges (keep them out of direct light by covering them). Just pull outwards on the handles. Then remove the toner box. Next remove the imaging unit by pulling on the handle (again cover this to prevent damage from the light).
Now remove the ITB. It is at the top and back of the printer. To remove it, press down and then pull out. Inpect the unit for any damage. If it is damaged, replace it. Otherwise, reinsert it in the printer by pushing it in and then up. Reinstall the imaging unit, waste toner box and toner cartridges (in the correct spots). Then close the front cover.
Power on the printer and see if the error remains. If it does, turn off the printer. Then reach to the power switch (on the back) and flip that switch to off. Unplug the printer from both the back of the printer and the wall outlet. After a minute, reconnect the power cord to both the printer and the wall outlet. Turn on the power switch and then power on the printer.
If the error persists, then contact Samsung support. This applies if the ITB doesn't have any obvious defects, a replacement unit or the power cycling doesn't fix the problem.
For detailed images, go to http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/printers/CLP-315/XAA and click on Troubleshooting in the For Owners section on the lower left of the web page. See the Errors section and then Transfer Belt Error. If you have a slightly different CLP-315, click on support and find your exact model. Then do the same thing.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
transfer belt (and other consumables) will reset follow this procedure:
1. go in diagnose mode:
menu - # - 1934 - menu
2. in tech mode -consumables counter - transfer belt -reset
3. after 20 sec. power off and power on
When transfer belt count 60.000 image need to reset.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Your printer monitors the life of your transfer belt. When the transfer belt reaches the end of its
life, the printer displays
80 Belt Exhausted. This message indicates it is time for you to
replace the transfer belt. For best print quality, make sure you replace the transfer belt when
the printer displays
80 Belt Life Warning.
Go to clear the message. The Supplies message appears on the second line of the
display to remind you that supplies need attention. You can open the Supplies Menu to see
80 Belt Exhausted
or 80 Belt Life Warning messages.
The printer continues to display the
Supplies message until you replace the transfer belt. To
replace the transfer belt, use the following steps or the instruction sheet supplied with the
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