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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Xerox phaser 7400
There really isnt an easy way to do that.
The transfer belt assembly starts off with a fuse on it to blow immediatly on install, and a counter that is internal so that it will end of life and have to be replaced. It's really not a convience counter but an obsolence counter.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
SOURCE: Xerox 8650 ink
Has the ink advanced conpletely down the ink loader? At the very bottom of the assembly ( the ink loader is what its calles) where you have inserted the sticks, there is a small switch that the ink has to contact. The ink stick,(s) may be in some way twisted or hanging up just enough to not actuate the switch, If you go to Xerox.com click support and drivers then type in your model number then to support again , type in out of yellow ink,, and it will tell you how to check the switch with a pencil, eraser side.
OR what you can try it take a screw, a drywall screw works the best, and twist it into your yellow sticks, and slide them back and out one at a time until you remove them all, then insert them one at a time. making sure you are not using the same yellow stick that was at the bottom to begin with. It is also possible the borrom of the ink stick isnt formed properly and not hitting the switch. Also be 100 percent certain that the ink sticks are for the 8650 and not another phaser product. There is an 8500 and 8550 where the sticks look similar, but are not quite the same shape and will not tell the machine the ink is loaded.
There is an outside chance the ink loader tray is defective, since that is where the switches are, but I have never seen that problem occur. Have you had the machine less than one year?? If so you have a 1 year on site repair warranty and you can call 1-800-835-6100 , give them your serial number and they will send someone out to resolve it for free.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
When the colors do not align properly you need to clean the LED printheads. Full instructions on how to do this are located at:
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
SOURCE: alignment failure
open the access door at the top of the printer
Remove the ink cartridges
Put your finger in the upper left corner of the printhead ( inside)
you will feel a small latch rigth there push it upward
the printhead will loose and you may now remove the printhead
Posted on May 24, 2009
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