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Reset Belt counter in service mode F8

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E000240-0003


Mate I got the answer off the link(in blue)bellow and this is the answer-->
The E075 error code refers to the ITB belt shifting front to rear of the machine and can not compensate. There are two causes that will make this happen.
a) The machine that is not level
b) Uneven thickness of the ITB belt from front to rear.
To resolve this issue, first observe the ITB Position value of displacement in service mode under Copier > Display > Misc > ITB-POS. The range is between -300 to 450. If the value is very close to the high end or low end, perform the following:
a) Check to make sure that the machine is level.
b) After leveling the machine, run Copier > Function > MISC-P > ITB-INT in service mode
c) Check Copier > Display > MISC > ITB-POS again to make sure the value is approximately within the mid range
d) If the value in step c is not within mid range, remove the ITB belt and reverse it from front to rear and repeat the prior steps again.
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Mar 16, 2016 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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The printing is blurred, how can I correct?


# Do the color calibration..chk
# Take diagnoses page printout(menu print out).. ckh 'L' shaped corner images (as shown in fig), if they are not properly aligned, could be ITB faulty..Replace ITB..
For tech guys:
This activity requires lot of patience & experience..
* use gloves, don't use sharp tools, don't tough ITB belt, don't expose ITB in daylight longer..
ITB alienation sensor dirty, remove ITB, locate sensor clean clean it gently with swab.. re-fix back, calibrate the unit, chk...


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May 02, 2014 | HP CP3525N Color LaserJet Printer

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E00070-0001


E070 is an ITB home postion error, if the belt was recently replaced the ITB unit may have been reassembled incorrectly. If the unit has not been recently serviced, a faulty ITB cleaning unit can soil the ITB Belt enought to where the home posistion sensor cant read correctly. Also the sensor itself could have gone out but ive only seen a bad sensor once.
Check Transfer Belt Sensor (PS51) output in I/O mode. If sensor state does not change when blocked and unblocked, suspect a bad sensor.
Service Mode * 2/8 *Copier>I/O>DC-CON>P014>BIT-7 0=Blocked 1=Unblocked. The Transfer Belt Sensor PS51 (FH7-7394-000) and the Manual Feed Tray Paper Sensor PS15 are the same. Try swapping sensors and test them in I/O mode to determine if the sensor is bad.
If sensor seems fine replace the ITB Cleaning AssyTransfer Cleaning Assembly (FM2-0082-020)

Mar 14, 2012 | Canon imageRUNNER C3170U Color Copier

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E000075-0003


The E075 error code refers to the ITB belt shifting front to rear of the machine and can not compensate. There are two causes that will make this happen.
a) The machine that is not level
b) Uneven thickness of the ITB belt from front to rear.

To resolve this issue, first observe the ITB Position value of displacement in service mode under Copier > Display > Misc > ITB-POS. The range is between -300 to +450. If the value is very close to the high end or low end, perform the following:

a) Check to make sure that the machine is level.
b) After leveling the machine, run Copier > Function > MISC-P > ITB-INT in service mode
c) Check Copier > Display > MISC > ITB-POS again to make sure the value is approximately within the mid range
d) If the value in step c is not within mid range, remove the ITB belt and reverse it from front to rear and repeat the prior steps again.

This Should Only Be performed by a certified technician

Mar 07, 2012 | Canon imageRUNNER 4570 Copier

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EOOOO700002


Hello,
this is error related to ITB belt - Image Transfer Belt.

Probable cause can be fault on HP detection sensor or on drive rollers of ITB belt. How ever, the ITB belt needs to be removed and inspected/fixed.

Call service!

Hope that helps!

Sep 10, 2011 | Canon imageRunner C3100N Copier

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E000070-0002


Hello,
this error is for ITB belt( transfer belt ). Probably because it needs to be changed along with the ITB cleaning blade.
In error, the 0002 means that second sensor cant read the Itb belt.
As first aid, you can clean the back of the Itb belt and the driving roller.

Hope that helps!

May 01, 2011 | Canon imageRunner C3100N Copier

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59.FO Error


The primary transfer-alienation motor has
experienced an error.

1. Check to ensure the ITB(intermediate
transfer belt) is installed
correctly.
2. Run a sensor test to verify that the
primary transfer disengagement roller is
functioning. If not replace the sensor
(SR17).
3. Run the primary transfer drive test in
actuator drive mode. If not functioning
replace the ITB.

To replace the ITB

1. Open the right-door assembly.
2. Use the blue lever (callout 1) to lower the secondary transfer assembly.
3. Grasp the small handles on the ITB and then pull the ITB out of the product until two large handles expand along the right- and left-side of the ITB.
4. Grasp the large handles on the ITB and then pull the ITB straight out of the product to remove it.

Mar 03, 2011 | HP CP3525N Color LaserJet Printer

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Canon 3170u error E000070-0002 how to fix this problem


E070 ITB HP detection error

E070 ITB HP detection error
0001 HP of the ITB fails to be detected even
after the specific period of time.
Abnormality of the HP sensor,
Deviation of the belt from its position to
either edge, or soiling of the seal
Clean the HP detection seal, Clean/Replace the HP
sensor
0002 The next HP fails to be detected within
the specific period of time after the HP
of the ITB is detected.
Clean the ITB back side and the drive roller


BE CAREFULL TO REACH THE WHOLE ITB UNIT YOU NEED TO REMOVE FIXING UNIT TOP COVERS IN PAPER DELIVERY SECTION, IT NOT WOULD BE BAD TO REMOVE RIGHT DOORS OF COPY MACHINE, REMOVE ITB CLEANING BLADE UNIT,...


Jan 10, 2010 | Canon ImageRunner C-3170U Copier

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Do'es not turn on


The problem is with the ITB (transfer belt)
The ITB needs to be removed and cleaned or replaced here is what the manual says

E070 ITB HP detection error

0002 The time that passes
after detection of the
ITB home position to
the next detection of
the home position is
longer than a specific
period of time.

if you require further assistance please get back to me
Thank You

Jun 23, 2008 | Canon imageRunner C3100 Copier

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