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It's possible it could be the transfer cleaning unit, but it's more likely to be the fuser or the transfer belt itself. If the hot roller is old or dirty or the press roller isn't providing enough tension, all of the toner might not be getting fused to the paper.
If only one color were showing mottling, it would probably be the developer, but it's unlikely that all four developers went bad at the same time.
Hi, as you're looking at the front of the 4532, the transfer belt assembly is on the right side. Open the duplex door that hangs off the right side, and then open the right side cover on the copier. You will see a wide brown belt that sits on the door -- that unit is the transfer belt assembly. You can remove it by turning the plastic lever on the front side and lifting the unit off of the door.
The waste toner tank is contained within the transfer assembly. If you remove the transfer belt from the rest of the unit (it's only held in by clips and springs) you can pour the waste toner out by turning the unit upside down so the toner spills out past the cleaning blade. (Make sure you have a trash bag or other container for the toner to fall into.)
Are you trying to install an ethernet or "NIC" card in order to turn the machine into a printer? If so then you need more than a nic card. You would also need a ROM chip, Print controller, Hard Disk Drive and the buttons for the control panel.
If you are just replacing a NIC and expanding the memory then that is possible but the instructions to do so would be more than could be typed up here.
it sounds like you may have a part of the unit that is out of alignment. If everything isn't securely fit back into the machine, it won't image properly.
If it will neither print (if it has the option installed) NOR copy images, NOR will it print a test page from its memory, then the places I would look first would be:
1: The connector on the transfer belt which is the brown, flat thing found on the door of the machine...sometimes the connector is bent and doesn't make good contact, which prevents toner from transfering to the belt from the drum.
2:The drum unit may not be secured well to the back of the machine and the Charge Strip above it may not be in place. I can't recall immediately if it has a grid or just a wire, but the hair thick wire can break, which can cause exactly your problem, though you should be able see the wire easily with a flashlight.
Unfortunately, when the office "Mr. Fixit" tries to remove a jam and save the company an easy 100 bucks it often can cause other problems...I've worked with copiers since 2001 and I'd safely say that at least 1 in 10 routine calls revealed complications from someone unqualified who tried a little too hard to fix the unit.
But check on those two things and if it still doesn't work then let me know and I'll try to help you more. :-)
SC401: Transfer roller leak error 1 SC402: Transfer roller leak error 2 -Definition- [B] A transfer roller current leak signal is detected. The current feedback signal for the transfer roller is not detected. - Possible causes - · High voltage supply board defective · Poor connection of the PCU · Transfer/separation unit set incorrectly
If you have the original printer driver disc, please insert it in the cd drive and install the driver.
You can even download the driver from Gestetner website.
Gestetner, Nashuatec, RexRotary DSm415 and
Ricoh Aficio 1515; Lanier LD015 and Infotec IS2215 are all the same.