Question about Konica Minolta Minolta DI1610FP Multifunction 200 x 400 dpi resolution, 33.6 Kbps modem speed, scan and fax functio... Printer
I think it is a thermistors -needs cleaned and then reset ???
I need pictures/instructions on how to find, take out, clean and reset.
RR 3 Box 7833
Doniphan, MO 63935
I assumed that you know how to take it out the fuser / fixing unit from the copier. There are two way to access the thermister. One if just want to clean the surface of the thermister is by removing the upper claws holder bracket, upper web black cover with 2 upper shoulder screws four screws from the rear and front on the left side of the fixing unit and one screw in the button center. remove the web assembly, Remove the heat lamp, and remember which is the rear and front of the lamp which one is upper and lower on one end of the lamp is on the rear is black, Remove fixing roller which you need the spreader toots to remove the C clips at the front and rear of the fixing unit. now you have the access to clean the thermister. clean it with alcohol and use any sharp object to scrape the toner. you can easily damage the thermister. To put it back together you have to do it in reverse of disassemble. to reset the code press P on the key board enter 9272 choose the 25 mode and may see on the menu to reset the fixing code. I hope that this will help you. Get back to us if you run in to a problem and a question.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Beings as it is close to 100k, it is due for a PM (preventative maintenance) kit to be installed (this model has a 100k PM cycle), and also a web, corona wires, charge grid, and feed rollers (if worn) should be replaced at this point, and of course cleaned.
The drum and developer "should" last 200k (this can vary greatly).
$200 for a general cleaning on that series machine... that's entirely too much, and he will most likely tell you it's due for a PM. A competent technician would be able to install the kit, replace the above parts in under 2 hours easily.
I wish I could be of more help, but given that is almost at the end of its PM cycle, it could be anything.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
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