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Re: Minolta DC 2360
A C2001 is a problem with the primary charge carona ass'y. Check to see that it installed correctly or puched in all the way or it could be that the post corona wire or grid is broken or fell off.This would cause your dark copies.
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If it is only causing an image problem when you copy and not when you print, then there is something wrong with the optics under the glass. Check and see if you have any mirrors out of place or if the scanner looks crooked. If you have the machine set up to scan try and scan to SMB or email to see if it still has the problem. If everything looks correct under the glass and scans to SMB and email look bad like the copies, you may have a bad CCD assembly, or a bad board.
Have you check, the image units, for is the light copies a b/w issue or a color issue? have you check the consumables does the transfer belt or fuser unit need replacement. are image units OEM or third parties?
What you mostly need to do is to clean the optics under the copyboard glass the mirrors are mostly dusty... I would use a soft dry cloth to wipe the mirrors off. There is a mirror under the "Black Box" I would also, use a lightly damp rag with rubbing alcoh. to wipe OFF the scanning lamp & reflector. Cleaning the optics should get read of the dark back ground, but the drums are only good for 80k... You may need a new OPC drum & blade. Good Luck