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SOURCE: xerox 7500 I replace the accumulator

When you get this error for 3 consecutive times then it keeps coming even the error has been rectified. It will keep coming even if you turn the machine off and on. The solution is that you have to download the Error30_snippet and send it to the printer. HEre are the links for Windows and MAC

When you download you will get a read me file. This has the instruction about how to perform the steps.

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Erox error code 004-346


Hi, Follow the given steps:- 1.Make sure all shipping restraints 2.Run the Belt Edge Learn Test from the diagnostics 3.Reseat the Accumulator Belt 4.Did the error clear? 5.If not replace the Accumulator Belt 6.If the error still continues replace the Engine Control BoardStill have issues please go to customer support at +1-800-243-0051...

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Stuck Accumulator Belt


I have a few questions for you to try and answer.
Firstly have you removed the transfer belt assembly if so have you fitted it correctly, the belt has a silver marker fitted to the underside of the belt for the belt edge sensor to read. Is the sensor window covered with toner? If I'm not mistaken you can move the image units between the Cyan, Magenta and Yellow I you have a service contract you can get replacements for your faulty units. The level of detail you proffer is quite detailed so you must have had your machine in lots of bits, several times. It might be better to get touch with your local dealer and get one of the local Xerox engineers in to sort it for you.
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Good luck with the problem.

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Accumulator belt for Xerox Phaser 7760: can I refurbish this unit myself? If so where can I buy the parts to refurb the belt?


064K91451 iteminconline they sell the belt only and also the home position sensor encase you have an error.

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Our xerox workcentre 7328 shows fault code 004-346


I don't have that manual, but similar manuals say IBT Home Sensor Error. Check your accumulator belt for damage. You may also have a dirty sensor.
The belt PN is 604K20891and is rather expensive and fragile

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Hello, I have a xerox 7700 dx machine. Since moving the machine to new premises, when turning it on, I receive the error message, "Error 30 accumulator belt home position took too long" and it doesn't...


The error is caused by the home sensor for the accumulator belt not finding the home position of the belt. Since the error occured after a move, toner probably contaminated the sensor. Use canned air and blow out the sensor. Manual @: www.lpscomputer.com/ec/Phaser_7700_Service_Manual.pdf
to locate the sensor. The other possibility is that the accumulator belt bit the dust. Parts a vailable at: http://www.lpscomputer.com/p-2993-1-016-1889-00-accumulator-belt-assembly.aspx

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Xerox 7750 error code 9-349 any ideas?


Some times that is cause by the Ibt belt. The printer has detected that the 1st BTR rollers in the accumulator belt did not reach the contact position. The ibt belt part # 116-1774-00.

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PHASER 7700 ERROR 30


try this
The following functions will generate a Tech Rep Fault:
  • Error: 30: Belt Home Too long
  • Errors: 12, 13, 14, 15: ATC-YMCK Sensor Fail
  • Errors: 40, 44: Fuser Main/Sub Lamp Temp Too High
  • Enter Service Diagnostics
  • Highlight NVRAM Access and press OK
  • Highlight Clear Tech Rep Faults and press OK
  • Highlight the Tech Rep fault to be cleared and press OK


If you have had the error 3 consecutive times , you do need to send the snippet to the printer to clear the error. The instructions how to do it are in the download.
Other things. You may need to replace the accumulator belt.
You may have toner backed up in the waste auger, you can clean that out and replace the waste bottle.
Cause:
The plastic tab attached to the cleaning blade assembly was broken, this tab opens the cleaning blade waste assembly when the belt is lowered .
Solution: thumbsup.gif Fixed! thumbsdn.gif Did not fix. The waste toner from accumulator belt cleaner could not reach the waste bin and jammed the augur. This caused the grinding noise by stalling the accumulator belt motor. This causes an error 30 code to be displayed.
The belt cleaner does come as a separate part 016-1889-00 and is very easy to fit and much cheaper than a new belt assembly.
Error 30 is a Tech Rep fault. After three Error 30's, the NVRAM Clear Tech Rep Faults will need to be reset to be able clear the Error 30 message.

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Phaser 7700 Accumulator Belt Replaced, upon startup there is an error


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Problem:
1st BTR Contact Failure or 1st BTR Retract Failure Message is displayed after replacing the Accumulator Belt Cause:
A Phaser 7700 Accumulator Belt was installed in a Phaser 7750. The Phaser 7700 Accumulator Belt does not have retractable 1st Bias Transfer Rollers; so these errors will be reported if one is installed in a Phaser 7750 printer. Solution: thumbsup.gif Fixed! thumbsdn.gif Did not fix. Remove the Phaser 7700 Accumulator Belt and install a Phaser 7750 Accumulator Belt. TRY FIRST (Solutions without parts):
1. Check that all shipping restraits have been removed.



TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS AND HINTS:
1. Test the 1st BTR motor in diagnostics to verify proper operation. 2. Test the 1st BTR sensor in diagnostics, then run the 1st BTR motor test and recheck the 1st BTR sensor. Sensor state should alternate between L and H. The sensor is part of the accumulator belt.

PARTS:Parts are listed in the order of highest probability for repair.
NUMBER QTY DESCRIPTION
116177400 1 *KIT IBT - UNIT



REPAIR/INSPECT/PREVENT PROCEDURE:
1. Clean feed rollers, exit rollers and guides; replace if
necessary.
2. Clean feed rollers and exit rollers only when dust or
debris is visible.
3. Remove and clean all paper trays.
4. Clean the Laser Scanner Unit window.
5. Inspect the image density sensors; clean if necessary.
6. Inspect the accumulator belt home sensor; clean if
necessary.
7. Inspect the fuser assembly; clean if necessary.
8. Print the Error Log, diagnose and repair any problems as
indicated.
9. Print the Usage Profile, diagnose and repair any
problems as indicated.
10. Check version of all installed firmware; as
appropriate, install the latest version of firmware.
11. Check cleanliness of interior and exterior of printer,
including fans; if necessary, clean (dust or vacuum) these
areas.
Problem:
1st BTR Contact Failure or 1st BTR Retract Failure Message is displayed after replacing the Accumulator Belt

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