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HOW DO I PROPERLY SET THE UNIT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Color Photo Conductor Unit
the vertical line that you saw is an indication of either it is normally worn out, or something has caused the scratched, by any material ( PC drum is very sensitive to any material and can easily damaged or scratched any solid and unwanted dirt inside) see you actual meter reading. if it falls on the first thousand copies or print then it might have caused by a scratched, if it falls beyond the PM parts repalcement then there is nothing you can do but to replace this.
sometimes you can swap the colors, by the affected color use the yellow drum unit to the affected drum, the vertical would not that be obvious.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
If your print outs are clear and the PCU is surely new.
Scroll to Maintenance <Press Enter>
Scroll to Replacmnt Alert <Press Enter>\
Scroll to PCU <Press Enter>
Select Notify Later <Press Enter>
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: How to replace drum unit
open right cover, and front cover. Remove toner bottle assembly (not just bottle), unplug drum (photoconductor) connector. Press the gray/silver release tab and slide out drum. Install and plug in new unit, replace toner assembly, close covers, and the new unit is automatically detected and calibration will begin.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Photoconductor is the part of the printer where the image gets created this is a very delicate and important part in the Laser printing process. If you open the printer and remove the toner, you should see it sometimes is like a green or blue color. The message 84 is just telling you that the photoconductor has reached the end of life and needs to be replace. Here is also a link on how to do the replacement http://bit.ly/bn2HFc
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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Photo Conductor Unit Color
A Turn off the power, and then unplug the power cable.
B Open the right cover.
C Pull out the green levers on the left and right that are securing the inner
D Lift the inner cover until it stays up.
E Remove the photo conductor unit.
F Pinch the
green lever to unlock the unit.
G Pull out the photo conductor unit carefully.
H Pinch the green lever to unlock the unit.
I Pull out the photo conductor unit carefully until it stops.
J Pinch the green part to release the unit
.K Pull out the photo conductor unit carefully. Be sure to hold the unit with both hands, and pull it out carefully.
L Take out the new photo conductor unit.
M Remove the cap attached to the photo conductor unit. The cap is no longer needed and can be disposed of.
N Remove the tape from around Photo Conductor Unit by peeling it down-ward, and then remove the unit
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