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If you open the left door on the printer you will see a lever. Make sure this lever is down.

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100.01 Services ITU Error, Lexmark C782


From the Lemark Service manual

A 100.01 ITU error indicates that the printer did not detect the ITU belt home sensor. Before proceeding with this

service check, make sure that the Second Transfer Roll is correctly installed. After you reinstall the Second

Transfer Roll, check to see if a 100.01 ITU error is still displayed. If a 100.01 ITU error is still being displayed,

continue with this check.

The ITU has an optical sensor that watches for a piece of reflective tape on the inside of the image belt. This

tape is read every revolution of the belt. If a signal is not received from the belt sensor within a certain time

period, the printer posts an error due to the loss of signal. There are several causes for the loss of signal. First,

the belt has tracked too far to the front or rear of the printer. In this case, the belt is still turning, but the reflective

tape is no longer passing within view of the belt sensor. This is considered a belt tracking error and is initially

posted as a 100.02 ITU Error. The other causes of a signal loss could be a belt stall, meaning the belt is not

turning, or a true signal loss, which would be due to a bad sensor, broken cable, loose connection, or bad

system board. These other causes post as a 100.01 ITU Error.

To assist the printer in determining the cause of a signal loss, there is a buffer that records the belt position for

the last 50 revolutions. If the printer loses the belt signal, it refers to the buffer. If the buffer shows significant

mistracking before signal loss, it will post a 100.02 ITU Error. If the buffer shows that the belt has been tracking

in the center before signal loss, it posts a 100.01 ITU Error. Due to memory restrictions, the buffer is not saved

during POR. This means if a printer posts a 100.02 ITU Error, so the belt is tracked off, and the customer or

servicer turns off the printer to clear the error, when the printer starts up, it will still not see the belt signal and will

now post a 100.01 ITU Error because the buffer is empty. When servicing a printer for a 100.01 ITU Error, it is

important to view the error log. See "Display Log" on page 3-29. The error log can only be displayed at this
point. Do not try to print the log. Look for past occurrences of 100.01 ITU Errors preceded by a 100.02 ITU Error.

Apr 13, 2011 | Lexmark C772dn Laser Printer

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30 ITU MISSING


ITU is missing or defective. Try reinstalling the ITU. If this doesn't work you'll have to replace it. The ITU is the black "belt" at the bottom of the printer.

Oct 18, 2010 | Lexmark C752 Printer

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My problem is : 30 ITU error with lexmark c760


http://www.lexmark.com/publications/pdfs/c760/eng/userref.pdf all explained in manual above.
www.laserpros.com/pdf/LX-5060-C760-C762-Manual-toc.pdf
Above is a service manual.

May 19, 2010 | Lexmark C760 Laser Printer

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103 service ITU ERROR


lexmark basically has said that if this error doesnt clear by powering off the machine and powering it back on again then it will need to have a service call. this error means there is a problem with the itu belt assembly.below is what they say. the steps were to pwoer it off and back on again using a grounded wall socket

This error normally requires a service call. However, certain rare occurrences, such as a stray static discharge in the vicinity of the printer or a power fluctuation, can cause a false 103 ITU error message to appear. In these cases, the error is only temporary and can be easily resolved without service. Follow the steps in the table.
Step Action 1
Power the printer off, wait ten seconds, and then power the printer back on.
Did the error message return?
Yes: Continue to step 2
No:
Print a test page. If the page prints, the printer is functioning correctly. 2
If possible, connect the printer's power cord directly into a grounded wall outlet. In rare instances, a surge protector or uninterruptible power supply (UPS) can generate false error messages.
Did the error message return?
Yes: Continue to Contacting Lexmark below.
No: Print a test page. If the page prints, the printer is functioning correctly.

Nov 19, 2009 | Lexmark C760 Laser Printer

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Cartridge Error 50C consult user guide. I


Error messages; Error: "Cartridge Error 50C"; Cartridge error; Black cartridge missing; Color cartridge missing Solution Cartridge Error 50C
Your print cartridge has shorted.

  1. Power off your All-in-One and unplug it.
  2. Plug in your All-in-One again and turn it on.
  3. Uninstall and then reinstall your cartridges.
  4. If this does not resolve the issue, try the troubleshooting steps for the other cartridge errors below.

Error: Black Cartridge Missing
The black cartridge is not installed. (Install cartridge PN 82)
Error: Color Cartridge Missing
The color cartridge is not installed (Install cartridge PN 83)
Cartridge Error
Complete the following instructions:

  1. Power off your All-in-One.
  2. Use both hands to lift up the scanner unit until the scanner support holds it open.
  3. Turn the All-in-One on. The print cartridge carrier moves and stops at the loading position, unless the All-in-One is busy.
  4. Remove the color print cartridge.
  5. Lower the scanner unit until it is completely closed.
  6. If the error message reappears, replace the black print cartridge with a new print cartridge.
    If it does not repeat steps 1-3 and then go to step 7.
  7. Reinstall the color cartridge and remove the black print cartridge.
  8. Lower the scanner unit until it is completely closed.
  9. If the error message occurs again, replace the color cartridge.
  10. If an error message reappears, repeat steps 1-3 and reinstall both print cartridges.
  11. Lower the scanner unit until it is completely closed.
  12. If you receive the error message again, replace both cartridges.

Nov 10, 2009 | Lexmark X6170 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Error Code 23.05 ITU Missing


ITU is missing or defective. Replace the ITU and the problem should be solved.
Gerrit Jan

Nov 04, 2009 | Lexmark C780dn Printer

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83 itu maintanece


You replace the ITU it has reached its end of life cycle.

Jan 22, 2009 | Lexmark C762 Laser Printer

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Hardware error o504


It shows color cartridge is missing because either the cartridge is not well placed or it is not there.

When you try to run the Clean option from the Ink Cartridge menu, the following message may appear: Hardware Error 0504.

To resolve this issue:
  1. Take both cartridges out of the printer.
  2. Switch off the printer using the power button.
  3. Disconnect the power cable from the back of the Lexmark X5150.
  4. Leave the power cable disconnected for 30 seconds.
  5. Reconnect the power cable and switch the printer on again.
  6. Reinstall the cartridges. (Follow the instructions on the LCD screen or refer to the following document: How to Install the Cartridges in the Lexmark X5150)

Jan 11, 2009 | Lexmark X5150 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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