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Re: Damage of Transfer Unit
Are you changing the whole belt unit or just the belt with the same belt frame.
Some times the frames get bent and that eventually starts sliding the belt to one side causing it to rip. If you are changing the whole belt unit and it keeps on doing it then you might have some parts either broken or damaged.
Take the Transfer unit out and with a flash light make sure the Belt lift assembly is not bent and it easily raises the belt up and down.
Take out the Image unite(make sure you protect them from the light) and put in one at a time to make sure you are putting them in correctly, make sure they light up evenly.
One last thing you might want to look at is the erase lamps to make sure they are not bent and are still in place.
Hope this helps......
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It's purely mechanical problem. Kindly check the proper position of the transfer belt and check very well if there is a particular part that is not properly fixed or out of position. Also observe closely which side the damage comes from
open the right side door, you will see a shined belt do not touch especially the new one that is what put the image on the paper nick it or damage it in any way your prints and copies will reflect you mistake, in the machine you will see to handles at each end of the the belt, below them one screw each side. when you release the screws the two metal plate should come part way out do not yank be gental pull then grab both handles and pull /slide the unit out. if this is your first time might pull out the 4 drums to you dont nick them in installing the new unit, I must say I would pay the a tech to come do and have him show you all the things to look out four my opinion
yes it will and most likely put a hole in the piston and snap the cam shaft if the engine is doing any more than idle speed, if it breaks at idle you may be lucky and just get away with a few bent valves but if im honest ive never seen anyone be lucky with one the normaly require a new engine. also worth changing the water pump at the same time as these do seize and will snap the new cam belt ! the only belt you can get away with leaving is the pump belt if this breaks no damage is caused the engine will just cut out ! however you will need to pretty much remove it after fitting a cambelt to set the timing so its pretty pointless no to change it
The SVC E9 error indicates a 'BELT MARKER' error.
This means the printer is not detecting the OPC Belt as rotating.
This error can be caused by a damaged OPC belt, you can check this by removing the OPC belt from the printer and look at the OPC belt it should have a smooth green coating if there is damage to this belt it may cause this error.
The error can also be caused by a damaged 'Transfer Belt' when the OPC belt has been removed from the printer look inside the printer where the OPC belt used to be located you should see a black belt towards the back of the printer, if this belt is damaged it can also cause the error.
Ensure the OPCBelt locates in the printer correctly.
If the OPC belt and Transfer belt look to be free from damage and a are located correctly in the printer you may have a faulty belt marker sensor or faulty OPC belt.
You can try substituting the OPC belt for an alternative one if you have this available to see if you can narrow the problem down to the sensor.
SC471 means: Belt tension unit cam error. Even though the belt tension unit tires to return to its home position several times, the home position sensor is not activated.
Defective transfer belt unit.
Defective transfer belt tension unit.
CN25 Pin 3 on the engine board is unable to send a signal.
Replace the transfer belt unit.
Replace the engine control board.
Replace the transfer belt tension unit.
I would start by opening it up and inspecting the transfer belt and associated parts. Pull them out and re-seat them. Look for broken wires, stripped gears, gunk in the works. Clean it, then put it back together and test.
If you aren't up to it, it is probably time to call the repair man.
1. Contaminated or damaged Imaging unit contacts. - Remove and clean the contacts and inspect for damage.
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS AND HINTS: Imaging Unit Failure message occurs because the printer cannot detect imaging unit motion, up-and-down. The Transfer Belt drives this motion, and the Drum Contact Assembly detects it.
1. Swap the Imaging Unit Cotact blocks between two imaging unit positions. If the problem follows the Contact block, it should be replaced.
2. Open the Top Cover and defete the top cover interlock switch. The color imaging units should raise in succession, cyan, magenta, then yellow, and then all lower at once. If one or more imaging units do not raise smoothly or drop prematurely then replace the Transfer Belt assembly.