Question about Konica Minolta Office Equipment & Supplies
Posted by Anonymous on
Directly below the drum section is assemble called the transfer/separation assy. (Pull out the middle section will see assy with black grids across it under the grids are some very fine wires) the purpose of this unit is twofold. (It houses several very thin gold plated wires) One wire is what helps the transfer of the image from the drum to the paper. Since the paper goes between this wire and the drum, the second wire prevents the paper from sticking to the drum during the transfer process. The code you have been getting means either wires might be broken, or has to be cleaned (because of all the toner on it from the drum assy. which needs to be removed and cleaned. Or The end blocks that hold the wires are getting old and allowing the High Voltage that is applied to the wire during the copy/print process to leak to ground. have a qualified tech look at it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bizhub 350 error code
c3852 means low fuser(hot section) temp setting. hold down utility or stop key, then you should be abel to do trouble reset. if problem persist it would most likely be a lamp or a sensor, which will require a technician to come out.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
SOURCE: konika minolta
CDC## Appears to be trouble related to security.
The only solution is to contact Konica Minolta to find out what needs to be done to resolve the problem.
That is only solution the service manual has provided.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
First check the alignment front and rear of the finisher, check the finisher exit guide rollers if the paper is exiting properly, open both rear and the front cover and check the lower gears attach is the up/down drive belt. that lower gear one might be broken by the pin slot.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Try this It could do the trick for you.
The error code c3451 refers to a copier warm up error; the machine had not reached the correct temp within a specific time.
I bet it happened when you first switched on one morning.
Easy to reset and fault usually goes away.
To Reset switch machine off using the switch inside the front door, not the one on the control panel.
Whilst holding the UTILITY key down on the control panel switch the machine back on keeping the UTILITY key held down. Eventually a Trouble reset key will be displayed in the LCD screen, touch this, OK will be displayed then power the machine off and then back on.
This will reset the error code, if the code reoccurs then there will be a problem with the fuser unit in the machine, and this will require replacing.
Hope it did work for you.
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All The Best: Pineworks
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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