I have a 320 with a cracked dev drive gear but cannot seem to find the part# in the manual. the service man says that the toner cart is driven by drum drive gear and the connection gear. Cannot find any reference to this gear. The machine clicks when calibrating or adding magenta toner
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Re: sharp arbc 320 toner cartridge drive gear
Your probably going to need the parts manual to get the part number for it. The service manual won't have that information for you. Copytechnet.com can get that information you need for you as well and a lot faster than you get on here since that site is usually for copier technicians only.
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Remove the process unit, remove the drum & check the waste toner
auger & gear assembly.
You will probably find this is seized or broken
due to excessive drum cleaning.
When changing the drum & developer,
you must reset the rotation counters as well as the drum/dev counters. Otherwise, there is excessive over-toning, leading to waste toner
filling the toner cartridge waste area too quickly & therefore
leading to waste toner auger assembly blocking up.
You will probably need a new process unit as the auger drive gear has been known to break off the frame.
There is new firmware for this problem. Have a service professional update the firmware for this device and the problem will be gone.
It is the unit where you slide the toner cartridge into.
There is a material in the unit that has developer in it. That delivers the ink to the drum.
Once you take the toner cartridge out of the machine, you will see one blue shaded phillips screw. Once you loosten the screw the unit will pull out, you can then dump the dev out and install new dev.
You then have to enter diagnostics and clear the developer count.
You press P * C * or # * C *, then enter 25, or 26 and then 06 to clear the drum count and 07 to clear the dev count.
Hi, this triangle means that the toner is empty. This can also be caused by a defective developer unit drive gears. Check that it is okay if not replace the gears. Replace the toner cartridge or refill the toner in its unit. Make sure you empty the waste on its side as it may cause some noise or toner spills. Use cartridge Sharp Al100td or refill with Sharp Al1000 toner bottle. All the best.
The counter for your mylar transfer belt has gone past 100,000. The belt has reached the end of its' rated life. You could clear the counter with Sim 24-4 but your copy and print quality will change. Eventually your belt will wear out, develop cracks and then split. There are rebuild kits for the belt unit or you can buy a whole new unit. Also the waste toner tank attached to your belt frame is probably filled up by now.
check your toner catridge. specifically, where the toner drive gear meshes with the cartridge. make sure the drive gear/hub is the same shape as the little part on toner cartridge that it meshes with. sometimes, you can get a kyo-mita toner cartridge or generic, and those two things will be different shapes, therefore, not supplying toner as it should.