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Replaced transfer belt printer still saying need new belt

Won't print

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How i replace ETB for hp cp4025


Replacing the Transfer Belt (ITB, Transfer Kit) HP Color LaserJet CP4525 CM4530
1. Open the printer's right side door.
2. Use the blue lever (see callout 1 in picture below) to lower the secondary transfer assembly.
3. Grasp the small handles on the transfer belt assembly (circled in blue in picture below), and begin gently pulling the assembly out towards you, until a set of 2 larger handles pop free on the sides of the transfer belt assembly.
4. Now grasp the larger handles on the transfer belt assembly, and continue pulling the transfer belt straight out of the printer until it is completely removed.
5. Avoid touching the surface of the new transfer belt. Install in reverse order, sliding it securely into the machine.
6. After replacing the Transfer Belt, it's a good idea to perform a Full Calibration (or even several Full Calibrations in a row, if you are having print quality issues). Full Calibrations help with print quality by aligning the color tones, the drums, and the color plane. Each Full Calibration takes about 4 minutes. To perform a Full Calibration: Press MENU to enter the menus. Press Down Arrow to highlight CONFIGURE DEVICE. Press Checkmark to select CONFIGURE DEVICE. Press Down Arrow to highlight PRINT QUALITY. Press Checkmark to select PRINT QUALITY. Press Down Arrow to highlight FULL CALIBRATE NOW. Press Checkmark to select FULL CALIBRATE NOW. Wait for the printer to calibrate (usually takes 4 minutes or so), and then print a test page. If print quality still needs improvement, repeat the Calibration. If multiple Calibrations don't help, some of the toner cartridges may need replacement.

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Jul 15, 2014 | HP Laserjet Cp2025n Printer

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Color Print Quality


In my experience, the fuser has always been the cause of the lines.

Jul 09, 2008 | Ricoh CL3000E Laser Printer

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My printer can`t print and shows me to 'Check the transfer belt'


Your printer monitors the life of your transfer belt. When the transfer belt reaches the end of its

life, the printer displays


80 Belt Exhausted. This message indicates it is time for you to

replace the transfer belt. For best print quality, make sure you replace the transfer belt when

the printer displays


80 Belt Life Warning.

Press


Go to clear the message. The Supplies message appears on the second line of the

display to remind you that supplies need attention. You can open the Supplies Menu to see

80 Belt Exhausted



or 80 Belt Life Warning messages.

The printer continues to display the


Supplies message until you replace the transfer belt. To

replace the transfer belt, use the following steps or the instruction sheet supplied with the
transfer belt.

Nov 26, 2012 | Samsung CLP-610 Series

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I get a warning message that the transfer belt on my C534n needs replacing. The specification says 120,000 prints, I have just run the diagnostics report and have done 28,000 only! Any ideas?


If you only printed 28,000 pages on your Transfer Belt kit, this might be a pre-mature failure and it needs a replacement. Please contact our Technical Support Hotline.

Nov 12, 2012 | Lexmark 34a0050 - C534n Laser Printer

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All three lights blink rapidly. The computer says it cannot communicate with the printer. When I plug the USB into the computer the computer doesn't acknowledge that anything was plugged in. If I...


It sounds like your main board (the brains) in the printer is fried (I got the same problem with mine). That part (when purchased new) costs so much, your better off just getting a new printer, and it's not your typical user serviceable part (hard to remove, many wire/plugs going to/from it).

The problem with replacing it with a used part, is that the used circuit board will still have the consumable counters in it set to old values from the printer is was pulled from, and NEW or RE-Chipped consumables will be needed to reset those back to zero again (not just the toners, but also the photo drums, fuser, and transfer belt). So, if the used board was connected to "old" consumables (nearly depleted), you won't be getting too many prints before it's asking for either new toners, photo drums, fuser, or transfer belt. The fuser and transfer belt cost upwards of $175 or more each....

How it works is like this, according to Okidata's Tech support guys. When you put a new "consumable" (toner, photo drum, fuser, transfer belt) into the printer, that main board resets the counters AND THEN it immediately blows a fuse (not a regular fuse, but a microchip fuse) in that comsumable so it can never reset the counter for that consumable again. When that consumable's counter reaches it's predetermined number of prints, the printer refuses to print until it is replaced (or it is "re-chipped" with a new fuse).

They make toner refill cartridge chips, and I think even a photo drum kit (seen it on Ebay). But I haven't found anything that would rest the fuser or tranfer belt. Let me know if you find something to reset the fuser or transfer belt.

Jun 10, 2011 | OKI C3400n Laser Printer

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Lexmark X500N says replace transfer belt, what is it, and how do I change it?


The transfer belt is located inisde the printer and is what moves the paper back out the printer. You will need to open the back cover of the unit then you will lift the top part of the printer off. This will expose the transfer belt. There is a bracket holding the transfer belt with two screws that will need to be removed. Then two more screws that are holding the belt assembly in place. Once those are removed then you can slide out the transfer belt assembly. The new replacement transfer belt assembly will slide back in replacing the old one. Then repeat the steps opposite to install. Then remove the four spacers on the new belt(on each corner). Then you will reset the counter for the belt and will need to run the printer alignment settings.

Nov 13, 2009 | Lexmark X500n Color Laser All-in-One...

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CLP-500 is printing only on left side of paper


You'll need to look at

Drum Unit - these can go beyond their rated life

Transfer Belt - these can fail suddenly and dramatically, often quite soon after their rated life is reached.

Also check Transfer Roller (open the duplexer door to see this - grey (black when new) foam roller about 25mm diameter purple plastic tabs on ends (1 may be black). This is critical to good quality prints, as it maintains the contact between paper and Transfer Belt AND electrostatically pulls the toner off the Transfer Belt onto the paper.

Sep 01, 2008 | Samsung CLP-500 Laser Printer

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Samsung CLP600 - wants me to install a transfer belt


"install transfer belt" message" appeared right after black toner was relpaced with a non samsung toner(new chip too)--installation of new transfer belt did not solve problem--- i went back and reinstalled the original samsung chip into the toner cartridge---the "install transfer belt" message is gone and the printer works but has a "low toner" message----i guess i learned my lesson the hard way---anyone in the market for a new transfer belt???........wj

Mar 31, 2008 | Samsung CLP-600N Laser Printer

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Ricoh Aficio cl2000


Most of the time when I find this happening on a printer, not just Ricoh's it turns out to be the PCU (photo conductor unit). The color PCU is one unit and the black is a seperate unit. Hope this helps.

Dec 17, 2007 | Ricoh Aficio CL2000 Laser Printer

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