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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: transfer belt errors
helped me and solved the lever and transfer belt. Actually it is the combined black toner cartridge and transfer belt. The side plate is about 3 inches long and has the two screws fixing it on. The sensor has a single screw fixing it, but in fact just looks like a black cover plate. Lever it out easilly at the screw end, not the other end which is impossible.
I just blew out the **** in the sensor, wiggled the white 3 pin connector, and since it has the look of a reflection based optical sensor, then I cleaned the belt along its edge with antistatic cleaner , ie tissue paper soaked and rotate the gear to move the belt round. There is a silver patch on the belt which passes the sensor once every revolution of the belt, and I gave this a particularly good clean as it is probably the only bit that matters.
Anyway, several black refills (hole and a bit of tape sealing it) later and the unit still works fine. Actually I always refill everything and just high pressure blow off the whole printer every so ofter.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
You need to enter the hidden engineer menu: turn the printer off then turn on again whilst holding down the enter key on the control panel. It should say something like EDC menu on the display and you can scroll through several menus to find the one about resetting counters. Be careful not to play with other options as you can screw the printer up if you don't know what you're doing!
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: Transfer belt error on CLP 315
it could be just that the imaging unit is not sitting correctly on it's tracks remove and also proceed and taking the other unit behind it and just simply replace back carefully on it's tracks
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
I have a utility to reset the consumables errors on this printer, but only if the component is past its lifecount. (60k for transfer belt)
Its called CLP-300_Reset_RLCv04.exe or just RLCV-04.exe (if you can find a copy)
If you need a copy, let me know and I'll find some way to get it to you.
I've used it for transfer belt reset and it works.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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