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Transfer belt unrecognizable

Konica 7830n color laser printer, transfer belt new and says 356: transfer belt ending. why?

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  • degt1973 Mar 24, 2008

    Thanks alot, i´ve tried, but it didn´t work.


    What else can i do?



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If memory serves me right, after you replace the belt, you power machine on, wait for the error message, open the cover then close it. It should re-initialize the new belt.

If not, try turning it off, open the cover, then turn it on, wait for the "close cover" message, then close cover.

It was some weird combination, but that's how you reset the count.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

  • brian c
    brian c Mar 24, 2008

    There are also a few sensors on the transfer cleaning unit.

    Make sure none have come disconnected.

    Something is telling the printer that the waste toner area is still full.

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