Question about Canon NP 6050 Copier
I have fitted new drum unit and copies too dark. Could tell me the adjust for the exposrues please?
Hey, if you can adjust the coro wires on a NP 6035 you're a freaking miracle worker. Since the 6035 uses charge rollers instead of wires.
When you replace the drum on a 6035 you need to enter the "pri" and "IP_ofst" printed on the drum lable into the service mode *3*. (service mode is entered by opening the door, and poking a paperclip into the tiny hole in the front cover till you see a $ sign on the display. ) After entering those values you need to run APVC_MR in service mode *4*. If the copy quality is still off (and you have performed the obvious maintenance items like cleaned the glass and the mirrors) then go back into service mode *3* and adjust the bias. Factory setting for the bias is "0" but you may need to adjust it to -10 or lower. DO NOT adjust the lamp, PRI of light_5 for copy quality and reset those to the door or drum specs if they have been changed.
Posted on May 07, 2008
First of all did you clean the optic? How about did you replace all of the corona wires? Also, did you clean the scanning lamp as well? Also when you had fitted the new drum, did you use a brand new one or a different one, did you clean the drum with rubbing alc. If all that was done, do a "AE" adjustment in service mode using white paper on the copy board glass. Also, go to the addictional funcation mode and go to expossure adjustment and make it lighter. Or as a last effort adjust the corona hieghts of the primary corona wires. Good Luck...
Posted on May 03, 2008
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