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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: adjustment program
Try cleaning the Auto Exposure sensor, or disabling the AE feature in standard settings. Some copiers have exposure calibration in standard settings too. Increasing the lamp intensity may cause further premature wear down the process line. (What machine have you got?)
Posted on Aug 30, 2007
Yes, it sounds as if the lamp has blown. These are halogen lamps on the older models and run over $100 to $150 or more depending on the make. Usually if you take the platten glass off, you can slide the scanner over and see where the screws that mount the lamp end contact down are. BE SURE TO UNPLUG THE MACHINE BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO DO ANYTHING, ESPECIALLY IN THE SECTION, OR ANYTIME YOU TAKE ANY COVER OR PANEL OFF!!!!!!!!! The halogen lamps use 120v ac and will bite! They are very delicate lamps, and you cannot touch them, or the oil in your skin will cause it to blow again...an expensive mistake. make sure the contacts are in place well before you finish. And make sure to check your existing lamp on a meter for continuity... to mke sure it is blown and not just a bad lamp board. Yes, it's all very tricky and kinda dangerous, that's why we charge "so much" in the service industry.
Good luck, and you may find it cheaper to just replace the machine with a lesser make from a local dealer or office supply company.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
SOURCE: random C21 in Toshiba 2060
Dear sir; the toshiba copier they store the desciption in the memory therefor you just press "8" and "clear/stop" key simultaneously, It might be resetable, just turn machine off and back on. if you need more help please let me know,
HAVE A HAPPY HOLIDAY!!!
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
A couple of possibilities. Basically if your exposure lamp is coming on, the light is not getting all the way to the drum that is in the toner cartridge. It could be you have a mirror out of place. When the exposure lamp comes on, the light is reflected off the original and then off a series of mirrors until it gets to the drum. If one of the mirrirs has been knocked out of place, like due to a recent cleaning then that would cause black copies. The more common cause would be the drum protection "gate" that is on top of the toner cartridge is closed and thus blocking any light from getting to the drum. You can slide out the toner cartridge and look on top. There is a gate or panel that flips open to be able to see the drum. This gate must be opened when installing the toner. Also it is possible to have a bad cartridge but that rarely causes completely black copies.
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Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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