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OKI 3300 Image Drum Problem

1.Changed Cyan toner cartridge (non-OKI). After warm up all 3 lights rapid flashed.
2. Powered off and on - steady green light but cyan image drum not transferring any toner - others ok.
3. Fitted new OKI Image drum and OKI toner cartridge - same as 2. above.

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  • kim_sealey Feb 16, 2009

    Yep - tape removed. IMHO seems more like an image drum CPU/driver problem.

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Did you remove the plastic tape from the new cartridge?

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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What is the cause of OKI C3200n fatal error 173


Fatal error code 173:
This error indicates that the Image Drum Up/Down Process is not working properly. The errors are as follows:
140 - Yellow Drum Up/Down error
141 - Magenta Drum Up/Down error
142 - Cyan Drum Up/Down error
Solution:
1. Reseat the Image Drums. Ensure they are in seating properly into the drum carriage.
2. Reseat the Toner Cartridges. Ensure they are seating properly into the Image Drums.
3. Reseat the Contact Sensor Spring assembly and inspect it for damage or mis-alignment. If the springs appear bent or dis-lodged reseat them.

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The top light of the two is flashing green/red back and forth very fast and the light on the bottom is a solid red. how do I fix this so that way it will work normally


The steady lower light indicates the unit needs a new toner cartridge, MLT-D108S. Did you previously see this light blinking or blinking rapidly? (Those indicate the toner being low.) Replace the cartridge and check for any other error lights. Turn off the machine and let it cool. Then open the front cover and pull the old toner cartridge. Open the package with the new cartridge, remove the packing tape and paper that protects the cartridge and gently shake it (avoid touching the blue or green parts of the OPC drum). Press the cartridge into the slot until it is fully seated. Close the front cover.

The green/red blinking power light is not one I'm seen before. The printer indicates a non-toner failure (open cover, no paper, LSU failure, etc.) with a steady red light.

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Falal error 173 on oki c5650 after changing fuser unit


Cause:
This error indicates that the Image Drum Up/Down Process is not working properly.

The errors are as follows:

140 - Yellow Drum Up/Down error
141 - Magenta Drum Up/Down error
142 - Cyan Drum Up/Down error


Resolution:

1. Reseat the Image Drums. Ensure they are in seating properly into the drum carriage.

2. Reseat the Toner Cartridges. Ensure they are seating properly into the Image Drums.

3. Reseat the Contact Sensor Spring assembly and inspect it for damage or mis-alignment. If the springs appear bent or dis-lodged reseat them.



http://my.okidata.com/PP-C7200.nsf?opendatabase

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Cyan drum life


Below is from the Oki web-site, here:
http://www.c5250.co.uk/index.asp?menumode=3&content=42126672


Cyan Image Drum with an expected life of around 17,000 pages. This is based on printing A4 sheets in a typical office environment. The image drum is attached to the bottom of the toner cartridge, and is one of the easiest consumables to replace.

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Toner sensor problems


On the base of machine after removing drums and transport, there are 4 sets of 3 pins that connect to left hand bottom of each drum, these can get toner on them and not make proper contact, each set of 3 pins just pop out with the help of a flat blade, out of base to be cleaned. in yout case just switch the set under the cyan with another lot from different colour.

I am taking it that you are using genuinne non imported oki drum and toner. If this doesnt fix your problem then you must have fauly drum/toner

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Oki c5100n printing yellow color offset


What is the stats % of drums if low under 50% change them, soon as you add non Gen you throw a spanner in any attempt to fault find, fix is possible toner more than likely drum/drums, do a print of each colour and change drums as indicated by failure in its colour to print, check transport belt is OK and led heads are clean

Nov 13, 2007 | OKI C5100n Laser Printer

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Oki c5100n printing colors offset


posted by Halfwalkeer on Nov 13, 2007 Report abuse

Just replaced the color toner cartridges in the c5100N, two OKI (cyan and yellow) and one non-OKI (magenta). Now it appears that registration is completely off.

When printing an image, there is a band of yellow at the top about 6mm high, and a band of purple (not cyan) at the bottom about 6mm high. It seems that the yellow printing LED array is printing offset. I've verified this with a typical test page that shows yellow blipped up by several mm.

What the hell happened ? How can I fix it ?

Thanks -

Dean.
Comment by Halfwalkeer, posted on Jan 02, 2008 Drums are all at 34%. Please don't tell me that the drums only have a 50% lifetime on them, because that would just suck royally. When you say the problem is most likely drums, in what way ? What could have gone wrong ?

I was able to more or less fix the problem ... It took several iterations of ColorMenu->Adjust Registration followed by Maintenence Menu->Menu Reset, but it was finally able to pull the registration back into line.

I got worried at one point - after it was "fixed" the printer was powered off. Upon powerup again, registration was off by several centimeters ! Another round of the above finally "fixed" it again, but I haven't powered it down again.

It was a cheap printer. Maybe this is why ...
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What is the stats % of drums if low under 50% change them, soon as you add non Gen you throw a spanner in any attempt to fault find, fix is possible toner more than likely drum/drums, do a print of each colour and change drums as indicated by failure in its colour to print, check transport belt is OK and led heads are clean
Comment by Soulvisitor, posted on Jan 02, 2008 I was thinking about the band of yellow being caused by cleaning blade wearing on drum, drums are garenteed by oki if over 50 %, under that one is on their own ie purchase new if having problems with them

If you can fix problem doing colour calibration then faulty drum is not likely the issue.

Cant stress how many problems are caused by non gen consumables in machines, highly dont recommend their use.

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There is a red light flashing


From the OKI site, I found this information. My problem is a Flash 2 Blink, which is a problem with the cover or minor error, whatever that means. I can't figure out how to fix it. Any suggestions greatly appreciated!

Flash type Ready LED (Green) Manual feed LED (Amber) Error LED (Amber) Meaning Flash 1 -- slow blink X ecblank.gif ecblank.gif The printer is processing data when printing has been suspended. ecblank.gif ecblank.gif ecblank.gif X The image drum required changing or toner is low. Flash 2 -- blink X ecblank.gif ecblank.gif The printer is receiving and processing data during printing or the printer is resetting itself. ecblank.gif ecblank.gif X ecblank.gif The printer is requesting manual paper feed. ecblank.gif ecblank.gif ecblank.gif X There is a printing error, problem with paper or a cover open. ecblank.gif X X X There is a minor error with the printer. Flash 3 -- rapid blink X X X There is a major error with the printer.

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I had the same problem and found that one of the toner cartridges must have not been seated properly. I removed the black toner cartridge and re-fitted it. The printer now works fine again with no errors. 17H is a code relating to a fault in the rotation ......... possibly one or more toner cartridges need checking. Use the menu on the printer to turn it to the appropriate position (i.e. engine menu then select replacement of whichever toner you are checking).
Hope this fixes your as well.
Chris

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