Question about TallyGenicom 8008 Laser Printer
SVC F5 Error TALLY GENICOM 8008 any solutions please
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TALLY GENICOM 8008
The SVC E9 error indicates a 'BELT MARKER' error.
This means the printer is not detecting the OPC Belt as rotating.
This error can be caused by a damaged OPC belt, you can check this by removing the OPC belt from the printer and look at the OPC belt it should have a smooth green coating if there is damage to this belt it may cause this error.
The error can also be caused by a damaged 'Transfer Belt' when the OPC belt has been removed from the printer look inside the printer where the OPC belt used to be located you should see a black belt towards the back of the printer, if this belt is damaged it can also cause the error.
Ensure the OPC Belt locates in the printer correctly.
If the OPC belt and Transfer belt look to be free from damage and a are located correctly in the printer you may have a faulty belt marker sensor or faulty OPC belt.
You can try substituting the OPC belt for an alternative one if you have this available to see if you can narrow the problem down to the sensor.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: I own a Tally Genicom
The error indicated on the 8008, ‘SVC E9’ indicates the printer is not detecting the OPC Belt as rotating in the printer. The printer ‘looks’ for two black squires on the left side of the OPC Belt (as viewed from the front of the printer) if the printer does not ‘see’ black squires the printer indicates the SVC E9 error.
If the printer is displaying the SVC E9 error the most likely cause is something to do with the OPC Belt, normally removing the OPC belt from the printer then re-seating the belt would resolve the problem in most cases, as the OPC belt may not be locating correctly in the printer.
Unfortunately you have already removed the OPC Belt from the printer without resolving the problem, it may however be worth removing the OPC belt again and to look at the green reflective surface to see if there any damage or if the green surface is fairly central and is no skewed or bent in any way.
Depending on which position the OPC belt stops in you may see the black squares down the left side of the belt, if you can see these and they don’t look damaged or scratched the printer should detect the OPC belt ok, so the problem may lie with the sensor on the printer its self.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Here's what the owner's manual has to say:
A printer error has been detected.
[Action] Turn off the printer, wait five seconds or
more, and turn on the printer again. If this
message appears often, contact your
dealer or TallyGenicom.
Your error code should be followed by 3 numbers. You'll need those to more precisely determine the error.
Posted on Jul 18, 2011
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