If the belt has toner powder that leaked onto it or is just looking dirty, you may dust it VERY LIGHTLY with a soft cloth. Turn the white nylon feed spline on the right side to advance the belt until you reach the point at which you started. In some cases I have used some 91% rubbing alcohol on the cloth, but only as a last resort! Be absolutely sure the belt is dry before closing the compartment.
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Inside these machines is a rather large, black sheet that is known as the transfer belt. This belt acts to transfer the toner from the drum to the paper, Though if the outside edges of these sheet become worn or mucked up with excess toner, it will produce a copy with vertical bands of toner. In order to attempt to clean this belt, you must first shut the machine off, then open the from cover and locate the transfer belt (may need to remove the toner in order to make it visible,) then, with a damp cloth (water) gently wipe it along with the grain of the belt. Repeat this step until no residual toner appears on the transfer belt, then reconnect everything and print several test pages. If the problem does not reappear, then you are all set. However, if the dirty edges begin to come back, you will need to replace the transfer belt as the wear marks on it are trapping toner and not allowing it to be cleaned properly.
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[CEE0] Transfer belt position detection abnormality (Normal speed) If the error [CEE0] has occurred, check the transfer belt home position sensor-1. If the error [CEE1] has occurred, check the transfer belt home position sensor-2. Is there any stain or scratch on the reflection tape inside the transfer belt? YES Clean the transfer belt or replace it. Replace the cleaning pad if it is excessively stained. NO Are the transfer belt home position sensors-1 and -2 stained? YES Clean them. NO Are the transfer belt home position sensors-1 and -2 working properly?
NO 1. Check if the connectors or joint connectors of the transfer belt home position sensors-1 and -2 are disconnected. 2. Check if the connector CN361 on the LGC board is disconnected. 3. Check if the connector pins are disconnected or the wires of harnesses are opencircuited. 4. Check if the conductor pattern on the LGC board is short- or open-circuited. 5. Replace the transfer belt home position sensor-1 and -2. 6. Replace the LGC board. YES 1. Check if the conductor pattern on the LGC board is short- or open-circuited. 2. Replace the LGC board.
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Mirror dirty laser scanner The laser mirrors get dirty due to many things, the main blame lies about hp, and who had no rubber gaskets to "optical box" as it says, and the dust that comes in, causing us to blow a printer or same internal fan of the printer is stored in the bottom of the printer to finish the last piece together the laser mirror is the magenta, and that's why when the printer form the mirror image and transfer it to go faulty because the mirror does not project well in the dust which is on the surface.Thus forming the image pale color and lack of final results. What should we do? Clean mirrors, p ut to reach them we must completely disarm the printer, which is why I will leave some links to download the manuals. 1) Service Manual Printer hp2600n (English), just for reference but also helps explains how to get to certain parts of the printer, and tell us where are all the sprig, I recommend first ojearlo I downloaded here: http://cid-4c0169bf00ee97eb.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/Manual% 20of% 20servicio% 20Hp2600n? Uc = 1 Now lower the compressed file that says "LaserJet 2600n Series 2) Manual cleaning of the laser (translated into Spanish), I was compiling info from www.hp.com www.fixya.com and forums, there are people who have disarmed the printer, and good will compile this information and there is a detailed manual with photos and 23 steps, and also gives details of the tools to use. Click Here http://cid-4c0169bf00ee97eb.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/Manual% 20of% 20servicio% 20Hp2600n? Uc = 1 Now lower the word document that says "dismantling the printer to clean the laser"
The transfer belt cleanning blade is under the transfer belt.Remove 2 screw and change it.The bias transfer roller is mounted in two bushings,remove the bushings and 2 springs.The fuser unit : upper fuser roller,lower fuser roller and the cleaning rollers.
Try these steps,i hope this helps you.
This is caused by an unseated or unlocked transfer
1. Open the top cover and check that the transfer belt is
properly seated and locked in position.
■ Reseat and re-lock the transfer belt.
■ If the fault recurs replace the transfer beltt.
2. Check the condition of the transfer belt harness
(especially if replacing the belt does not resolve the
■ Reseat or replace the harness if defective.
3. Check the signal on Pin 1 (CN10) on the main board.
■ Replace the main board if the signal is low.
Sorry to say this but your cartridges are bad. There are GREAT remaufactured cartridges out there and there are LOTS of BAD ones too. If you do not work directly with a local toner cartridge remanufacturer, you will end up with poor quality cartridges.
There NEVER should be a lot of dirt on the transfer belt. If there is then the cartridges are leaking.
FYI these carts can',t take high heat. Was this printer stored for a while in a hot place?
As for the 27% left, let it be known that these counts are rarely accurate.
bill's issue is that the drivers need to be reinstalled on his computer. sadia's issue could be drivers, paper size settings, media type, memory, mechanical issues, supply issues, application issues, but because of the vagueness of the query it is almost impossible to nail it down. please be more specific. the more detail you can relay, the more help you will receive. Good Luck!
Service Request/Error Code E022 is a malfunction of the transfer belt in its rotation. You can open the front cover and visually check. Pls try to remove the belt. There would be a small silver square on the edge, you can try cleaning this. If the cleaning works, well and good, if not, said belt must be replaced. Worst case scenario is a failed PWB-A Assembly (rarely).
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.