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Setting Developer Did a complete PM went to set developer - the developer st 05 - 200 would not set up and before the adjust came up it went to error. I have no idea what is wrong. Moved entire unit to another machine and it works fine.

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I have No idea what copier you are tring to set..... The developer would work fine in another copier, it has been set already.. How is the OPC? New or Old? Need more info.... Is it a Minolta

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Details Subject:
Background, overtoning, and/or F26-x codes.
Description:
Background, overtoning, and/or F26-x codes.
Solution:
PROBABLE CAUSES:
1. Overtoned developer.
Install fresh developer (PCUA 950237) and run the L-detect adjustment. To run the L-detect adjustment, perform the following:
a. Enter the 36 mode (power the copier ON while pressing the 3 and 6 keys).
b. Press [1. HV adjustment].
c. Press [Next] several times until the display reads [HV adj (L detection adj)].
d. Press [Start].
e. When the adjustment is complete, the machine will stop and a value is displayed in [RESULT].
f. If the developer was sampled properly during the L-detect adjustment, the value displayed in [RESULT] will be in the 60-75 range.
g. If the L-detect adjustment [RESULT] value is outside of the 60-75 range, than the TDS (toner density sensor) should be checked.

2. Failed TDS (toner density sensor).
To check the TDS, perform the following:
a. Remove the IP unit (if an IP unit is installed).
b. Remove the rear and left rear side cover.
c. Remove the board cover/D (p/n 26NA73280) for access to the PRDB.
d. Enter the 36 mode (turn the machine ON, while pressing the 3 and 6 keys).
e. Select [1. HV adjustment].
f. Press [NEXT] several times until the display reads [HV adj. (Toner auto supply)].
g. Locate TP14 (TDS AN) in the middle of the PRDB above CN 25.
h. Using a voltmeter (20V DC range), place the red meter lead on TP14 and the black meter lead to frame ground.
i. Press the START button on the control panel.
j. The analog voltage reading on the volt meter during sampling should be (with properly toned developer) between 1.2 and 2.0VDC. If the voltage reaches 2.0VDC, M4 (toner addition motor) will turn on and add toner. When the toner auto supply adjustment is finished the voltage should read approximately 1.8VDC.
k. If the voltage reading is not within this range, replace the developer (PCUA 950237), TDS (p/n 26NA88040) and run the l-detect adjustment while monitoring TP14 on the PRDB.

3. Failed write unit (the TCSB monitors dot pattern patches created on the drum and adjusts the laser output for Maximum Power Control).
If developer has been replaced, L-detect run, the TDS voltage checks, and the developer is still overtoning (M4 continuously adds toner), replace the write unit (p/n 26NA-6503).

4. Clogged machine filters.
Check all machine filters to verify they are not clogged. Clogged cooling fan filters prevent proper ventilation which can cause the adhesive on the write unit glass cleaner to melt due to high internal temperature, causing smears on the glass.
Note: Information provided by Matthew Kennedy, Perry Corporation.
SPECIAL NOTE: Solution contribution by Don St. Onge, Workgroup/SSD

Attachments:this is additional information on f-26-2
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How about the drum bias is it getting grounded. How about this was there a problem there before you did the developer change? Did you replace the opc and reset the counter? How about this... did you switch out one unit at a time... switching them out one at a time till the problem shows up. Also change the primary and trans fer you may have a arching problem???

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Try resetting the error.

[C] – [INTERRUPT] – [0] – [INTERRUPT]
Type in 1 4
Hit [PRINT]
Turn power off then on if it doesn't do it automatically.
If error doesn't reset then you have other trouble
I hope you ran the developer setup and reset all of the parts counters for the items you replaced. Not setting the developer reference can cause a host of problems.
Sim 25-02 adjusts developer.
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hold down the asterisk button until it asks for code, then enter 9272 then start print. go to adjustments and look for L-detect. Just navigate through until you find it, can't remember off hand exactly where it is.
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Technical Service Procedure
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* Clean and check all feed rollers.
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* Replace the required parts.
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* Input [20] [START] [01] [START]“000””000” will flash on the display.
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* Input [24] [START] [07] [START] "000"000" will flash on the display
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* Input [42] [START] [01] [START] “000””000” will flash on the display.
* Once all the part have been replaced and the counters been reset, check the copy quality.
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1) Loosen the developing doctor fixing screw A.
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procedure for the front and the rear frames.)
4) Check the clearance of the developing doctor. If it is within the specified range, then fix the doctor fixing screw with
screw lock.
* When inserting a thickness gauge, be careful not to scratch the developing doctor and the MG roller.
CHANGING A TRAY’S PAPER SIZE SETTING
Follow these steps to change a tray’s paper size setting.
* The paper size setting cannot be changed when the machine has stopped temporarily due to running out of
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indicator will blink and
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size (which is currently
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