Minolta 2300w . all the toner will transfer to the transfer belt , however it won't go from the belt to the paper . Also when the paper comes out it stops about 1 inch from the end and I get a paper jammed message . I open and close the doors and it will try and print again . then does the same thing . the printer has 44k of pages it has printed and a ned transfer drum . Can anyone help ? I called Minolta and they said it was a fuser problem . The fuser is hotter than heck and well I just don't think it could be that , Doesn't make sence to me .
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Re: toner will transfer to the transfer be
As I understand it from servicing laser printers, the toner is actually drawn statically to the paper from the drum by a charge on the belt. Toner is not supposed to be distributed to the belt. The fuser fuses the toner to the paper after the transfer. Can you access the fuser rollers to see if there is any sign of wear or damage they may be keeping the paper from entering it properly? The toner on the belt is probably excess from the paper not being pulled through and having the toner fused properly.
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You will find the step-by-step procedure on the following link, on the page 57 (48) http://printer.konicaminolta.net/drivers/manuals/2300w/user_es.pdf
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Could do with a bit more information is it an all colours or just one colour. It might be the fuser which is the heat rollers at the top of the printer if you open side door and lift paper guide to reveal the rollers and check the left side of the rollers for any damage or wearing. you can print of a config sheet in the menu that will tell you the percentage of life left on the consumables (toners, transfer belt, drums and fuser) hope this helps.
If somebody reset a cartridge back to say it is full at 100% full and the toner is actually running out.
Or you might have a problem with your Transfer Belt, my Transfer Belt on magicolor 2300w was printing weak and faded, as if the print was washed out looking, after a bit of research I removed the Transfer Belt and cleaned it with ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL (it's almost 100% alcohol), replaced the same transfer belt unit and it prints fine again.
the lubrication for the fuser roller comes from the KM toner. There is usually a cleaning roller in the fuser as well that distributes some oil. Another thing that could cause the problem is non-recommended paper like heat transfer paper, inkjet photo paper or very thick paper. Make sure the fuser sperator teeth are still in place. Lift the two green levers and pull the black cover back. You should see three light brown teeth hovering above the fuser roller. There are some black ones on the guide as well. These are supposed to detatch the paper from the roller incase it sticks.
One way you could reset the toner is using the service mode. Is this printer a 2300w ? If so, open the front door of the printer, turn on and hold down the cancel button for at least 20 seconds, that resets all the counters to factory defaults. The only problem is, that it will set all the toners to 100% and standard capacity, but you can change that in the software. One good thing is, it sets the OPC drum, Fuser unit, transfer belt, everything to 100% Delboy
16H means, that the transfer belt does not rotate correctly, open all covers, remove any paper, whats stack inside, remove waste toner box, drum unit then open 2 nipple screws and pull out the transfer pelt, if the belt looks ok, reinstall everything and power on again. if works, then everything is ok, if not, then there is something wrong with TBU or TBU