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Re: Copier: Konica 3135 p.81 Insert key counter
You have to be in the service mode.To be exact the 25 Mode.To enter turn power off,Hold down the "2"&"5"keys while turning power on.Then press the "p"key.Change the number you see to 57. So now you should see P57in the display.Then change the value from 1 to 0,then press Print.That holds it in memory.Then just turn off and back on.
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Utility/Counter, Details, Stop 00 Stop 01, (Password if required 92729272) Counters, Life,, New Release, Open the front door (Not the Toner Door), Select Fuser or Transfer Belt, and press the Start Key. Then exit all the way out.
Sir/mam, you might have a bad drum density sensor or it was not cleaned or was destroyed by static electricity, if a vacuum cleaner was use to remove the old developer, NEVER use a vacuum cleaner for that procedure. Remove the drum and will see a small sensor near where the cleaning blade sits need to clean it replace it. Worse case the main control board is bad that what sensor talks to .Was the L Detect procedure run after the developer was replaced, and before you replaced the developer did you clear the developer counter, to let machine know it has new developer, because clearing the counter is the only way the copier has new developer, did you clear the counter for the new drum? The machine use the counters to determine voltages for certain assemblies. If L detect was not run and copies or prints where made get new developer and start over.
Replace the drum and developer first. Resetting counters with out replacing parts is not good. The machine works on base on counter info you reset counters then not replace parts the copier will adjust voltages on certain items when in fact they are same items image problems and codes.
If your copier models is Konica minolta Bizhub C350 reset the error code: Turn OFF the copier. Press and keep pressed the Utility key and turn ON. Keep pressed the Utility key and wait will Trouble reset message displayed. Release the Utility key and touch the message. Turn OFF the copier,wait 1 minutes and turn ON. If the code persist enter in the service mode,select counter,select service call condition and read the trouble code description to lacalizate the truble. If your copier model is KonicaMinolta Dialta CF3102 or OCE CS 220 the code C0096 refer to Transfer belt separation.
1. Turn OFF the Main Power Switch.
2. Turn Main Power Switch ON again while pressing the Utility/Counter key more than
10 seconds after.
3. Touch [Trouble Reset].
4. Check to make sure that [OK] is displayed and the it has been reset.
5. Turn off the Main Power Switch and turn it on again more than 10 seconds after, and
make sure that the machine properly starts.
H4 indicates a heating problem in the fuser. The roller never reached a specific temp. Make sure the fuser is free of any left over paper pieces (maybe from a paper jam). Check to make sure its clean.
Try reseting the the error in service mode.
To enter the test command mode, press the keys as
follows one after the other :
[#] key [*] key [C] key [*] key then enter 14 and press start/copy key. this clear error counter. make sure to restart copier afterwards.