After cleaned the PCU unit and installed back to the machine(Aficio 1045) and setting using SP3-001-2 and SP2-805, nothing image come out on the print, only black and dust toner on the paper. Why it is happen? and how i can solve my problem?
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Re: Aficio 1045 problem with PCU? or setting?
Did you CLEAN it, or did you replace the parts? If you just cleaned it, you should not have run either of those two SP settings.
If you replaced the parts, most likely the blank image is due to the small metal tabs that protrude from the PCU frame not making contact with the charge roller. Check that they are making firm contact from the frame of the PCU to the metal tabs on the charge roller arms.
If that was the problem, you will need to run the SP settings again in order to achieve proper calibration of the machine.
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Turn the machine off. Open the access door and remove the cyan photoconductor unit. Check the contact pins are straight and undamaged. Gently reinsert the unit. Turn the power back on. If the machine still does not recognise the pcu is inserted it is probably damaged and needs replacing. How many copies/prints has your machine done?
Do you mean the photoconductor unit? To replace the photoconductor (PCU), open the front cover and the right side covers (the duplex door and the main side door). The PCU sits to the right of the toner bottle -- it is a black unit that has the blue cylindrical drum facing the right side of the copier.
On the upper left side of this unit is a ridged tab. Push this tab in and slide the PCU all the way out of the machine. Open the box with the new PCU and remove all of the tape and paper, then slide the new PCU in where the old one came out of. When you shut all of the covers, the copier will recognize the new PCU.
If you install a new pcu perform the ID sensor initial setting using SP 3001002,do the process initial setting prosedure SP 2805.After replacing the charge roller and cleaning roller check the value of SP2001001,if is not at the standard 1450V set SP 2001001 to the value.
Hi, SC 392 Possible causes -
· Someone forgot to remove the toner seal of the PCU
· ID sensor defective
· TD sensor abnormal
· Drum does not turn
· Development roller does not turn
· Poor connection of the PCU Regards,
SC392 is a problem with your Photoconductor unit (PCU)...could be the density sensor, drum or developer roller not turning. Is it a new unit? Have all the seals been removed? It could be as simple as a bad connection. try removing and re-installing the unit. I don't want to necessarily say just order another unit, because the problem could be on the drive of the machine, But it is most likely the PCU itself. Just a question, when you turn the power off/on, are you using the MAIN power switch (red button)? The button on the control panel will not reset anything.
1. Check that Dev. unit has the lastest seals. 2. replace dev. material. 3. Dump dev. 4. add new dev. material. 5. Hand rotate the dev. unit 10 times. 6. reinstall the dev. unit into machine. 7. cover the toner inlet opening with a piece of paper 8. insert PCU unit. 9. turn the machine on. 10. When machine reaches ready -- enter SP modes and perform SP-2801 (2 times) 11. open the right cover of the machine. Cheat the right cover switch. Examine the drum as it rotates. Afew bands of toner and the ID pattern will be developed on the drum. The drum should be clean -- a slight dusting on the drum is OK. 12. Perform SP-3001 -- ID sensor initial setting. 13. ** Important** remove the PCU unit. Empty the toner from the PCU by sliding the shutter on the bottom of the PCU to the side and tapping the PCU. 14. reinstall the PCU. 15. Run test copies.
Open the front and right covers and remove the toner bottle holder unit.
Pull out the Photoconductor unit(PCU) with your thumb pressing on the latch on the left side of the PCU.
Separate the top part from(drum) the bottom part(developer unit), by removing the front piece 1 screw and rear piece 2 screws and 1 coupling(pull out).
Now remove 1 front screw, 2 rear screws and other 2 top rear screws to separate the top and bottom parts of the dev. unit.
Then place your finger under the front-side and rear-side flaps and push out so that the flaps pops off the peg.
Set the coupling removed, back to the shaft and turn the coupling to remove the developer from the roller.
Turn upside down the lower part of the dev. unit to remove all the developer by turning its gears.
Load new developer evenly in the openings of the lower dev. unit and pay attention not to spill developer on the gears.
Reassemble the whole PCU properly.
Reinstall back the PCU and toner unit and close the front and right covers.
Switch on the machine, enter SP mode- Clear key, 107, hold and press Stop key.
Enter SP 2-214 and execute to reinitialize the TD sensor.
Switch off and on the machine.