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I HAVE A PROBLEM I CHANGE A NEW DEVELOPER BUT THE RESULT NO TONER

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Please specify a copier model:Minolta,Ricoh,etc?
After change the developer you must performed F8 (ATDC automatic toner density control to fixed T/C ratio and initialize the new developer.After this operation perform F5 (AIDC sensor test automatic image density control).Never make a copy before F8.

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Loud toner error


The machine does not use the toner directly from the bottle, it goes thorught a developer chamber filled with developer powder. Then the toner is charged and can "jump" over to the latent image of the drum.
In this developer chamber, there are some small gears (2-3 tiny gears) that may be worn out. Some developer may have entered the "gearbox", and the deveoper powder is very abrasive.
The teeth of the gears will eventually stop to contact and mesh up. The internal parts of the developer changer stops to revolve, and there is no toner mixed with the developer.
You can see that there is a build up of toner, but it does not enter the developer unit. These gears have to be replaced, and I allways change the developer powder at the same time.



mp 2000 developer gears-2rhlv5r3sdqqpeuzs0ozcjtp-5-0.jpg These gears must be replaced it they are worn. The image shows a brand new part that contains the gears.



mp2000 developer toner input side-2rhlv5r3sdqqpeuzs0ozcjtp-5-1.jpg This is the side of the developer unit where toner enters the developer unit. With defective gears, the developer unit can not pull toner inside of the unit, and the toner builds up in front of the unit.

The gears are cheap, but will often result in the need of new developer powder - and that is expensive.
If print quality does not have to be too good, one can use the old powder and save money. Some of the powder is lost during use, and leaks. There may be some dust in the developer too.
In order to get high quality several parts may need to be replaced.

It is quick and easy to change these gears, just a bit dirty job.

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? di2510 toner bottle is not rotating ?


The machine may not need toner have you replaced the developer before running the F8. Not good to run F8 with out new developer. Where the counters cleared before replacing the developer.

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Man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Start first bye buying a new drum, cleaning blade and developer. Hope fully you did not destroy the sensor on the bottom of the developer unit it has a ribbon cable. You need to clear the counter for developer drum first in service mode. Then replace the developer and drum and cleaning blade together as one!!!!!!
Then run the required F-8 procedure in service mode.

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How can i settle the problem of magenta developer finishing so fast. Magenter developer for Konica Minolta Bizhub C550 is getting finished so fast.


If the message Change Imaging Unit Magenta displayed refer to imaging unit with contents a developer.The Imaging unit life is 80.000 copies.
The imaging units located after front door when is located the waste toner box.
If the message M toner end/change the M toner displayed refer to toner cartridge
The toner cartridge life 15.000 copies 5% saturation.In full color mode the color saturation is 80% and the color toner life is 6.000-8.000 copies.
I think your problems is a toner not the developer.

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How to change the drum cartdrige.


Remove the imaging unit ,remove the charge corona assy,remove the OPC drum,remove 2 screw and dump the developer out.Reinstall the imaging unit ,pull out the toner cartridge and push in toner cartride ocation the developer cartridge.Turn on the copier and wait then the copier perform the new developer initialization.Whwn the Start button in ready(green light),change the developer cartridge to toner cartridge.

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My gestetner DSM735 keeps saying add toner. replaced toner and developer still saying add toner


The first thing i can tell you is that is weird!!!!
Because if you change the developer that error should disappear. It could appear later but not in the moment because the developer already have toner and the TD sensor will read it.
And that's the question: When you said "replace developer" you mean just the developer or the DEVELOPER UNIT??? Is your TD sensor working good????

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What is the difference between the toner and developer on this printer? The manuals we have don't give any info on installing developer, but you can purchase both toner and developer for this...


Toner provides the color, Developer consists of magnetic particles that carry the color on the outside of the developer drum, which is magnetic. Some developer is lost on each copy, although most stays in the developer unit. When you run low on developer, your image gets lighter and lighter, until the machine reports an error because it can no longer self calibrate. One change of developer suffices for many changes of toner. There is a procedure involving various actions and codes to flush the developer material out and load new developer in. This is not difficult, but there are a couple of reasons you might not want to do it if you are unsure why or if you should. First, developer for these estudio copiers, is very expensive. Second, unless you know how many copies have been made on the existing developer, you might change the developer, and fail to correct the problem. There are related service items, involving the cleaning blades, and seals, servicing charging grids, corona wire, and general cleaning of the 4 developer units and opc drums. Including dusting with zinc sterate, etc., etc. Its hard to know where to begin or where to stop. If you really want to know all about it, order a manual from any of a variety of on-line sources. Good luck

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All toner cart's replaced, new toner heads about 1000 pages ago, new waste tray. Printing colors ok but anything with black in it comes out blotchy or faded.


(1) If it takes developer as well as toner you will need to change the black developer.

(2) Also check the voltage is correct

(3) check that the toner path is not blocked

lets know how you get on

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The developer unit is inside the cartridge where the toner sits in. usually if you remove the toner hopper out of the copier and remove the top cover off you will see one compartment with toner and one with developer in it. The carrier is the the type of developer to use. All old developer needs to be removed from the machine as well as the mag roller in order to replace it.

Once it is removed the developer is placed evenly into the comparment. The hopper is reinstalled. Then a service mode is performed to calibrate the developed to make sure that the mixture is equal with the toner.

It should be done by a technician because if it isn't done properly, it will result in light copies being produced. The developer may get contaminated and have to be replace if it isn't done in the proper order.

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