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To fix this error, you will need to replace the transfer belt and/or reset the transfer belt count on your printer. If you are happy the the print quality of the printer, then you can try to reset the transfer belt count and that will clear the error. Otherwise you need to get a replacement transfer belt and swap it out before resetting the count.
To remove your existing transfer belt, you need to open the front panel, and remove the imaging unit by pulling the green handle. The belt is located above the imaging unit. Pull the belt down to release and then pull it straight out of the machine. Take your new belt and slide the back into the machine and push the front of the belt up to lock in place. Then you need to reset the belt count.
To do this, follow the steps below.
1. Enter Tech Mode by pressing [MENU] [#]     2. If you do not see the Tech Mode menu press the menu button again. (You need to enter the key sequence quickly.) 3. Select Tech Menu 4. Select DataSetup 5. Arrow to Clear Counts and press OK 6. Enter Password 1934 7. Arrow to Transfer Belt and press OK.
This error indicates that there is a problem with the transfer belt. Either it has failed, reached end of life ( it is a consumable item, just like toner, and needs to be replaced on occasion ), or just is not correctly installed.
Try reseating it first. Remove the imaging drum unit ( the housing that holds the 4 toners ). The transfer belt is the unit behind the drum that is inserted along the top edge of the drum cavity.
it can be a little tricky to get it in there correcty. Kind of hold it up against the top of the cavity as you slide it back towards its holder.