Question about Minolta QMS 2200DL Laser Printer
Minolta QMS 2200DL
I swaped out a transfer belt that was working in a different unit and I still get the same message . I cleaned all the contacts that I could find and still the same message . I don't know what else to do . Can you help ?
The 2200 uses fuses, that when first inserted into the printer reset the counter then blow. Once blown (used in your other printer) they will not reset the counter on a printer. There are posts elsewhere on the net on how to replace the fuse, or bypass with a paperclip in place of the fuse.
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CAUSE: Failed 1st Image Transfer Pressure/Retraction
Motor (M11) and/or Transfer Belt/Cleaning Unit.
SOLUTION: Perform an I/O check on M11 then verify that
the motor and Transfer Belt/Cleaning Unit drive components are not bound up.
Replace M11 (p/n 9314 1100 72) and/or the Transfer Belt/Cleaning Unit (p/n 4049
212) as needed.
the error reoccurs, there is probably an open ICP on PWB-MC (due to a current
overload caused by M11 or a bound Transfer Belt/Cleaning Unit). Replace PWB-MC
(p/n 4036 7811 07).
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