Copies are light color and l like to know how to get darker
A repair man came to service it because the j2 was on .he told me the drum is going bad. he got it to work and copies were dark for couple days then started to go lighters. plenty of toner. what you think .. thanks
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Most likely the "remanufactured" cartridge does not have the counter reset flag in the proper position or is missing completely. Just reset the counter via the service mode by pressing these keys in sequence and as quickly as possible (within 4 seconds).
Press Clear, then exposure mode (far left key) the clear then exposure mode again. So in short form C, Far Left, C, Far Left. If done properly the display will go blank. Now key in 24 as if you wanted to make 24 copies. Now press the print button. Now enter 7 then press print again. You should now see flashing 000.
Press C a few times to exit and the drum light/J2 should now be gone.
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Defective toner cartridge. Try sliding out the cartridge, turn it over and slide open the cover/gate that covers the drum. The drum should be clean all the way across. If you see a toner band or anything that would be your proof. 9 times out of 10 this is going to be a bad toner cartridge.
1. turn off XD125f 2. Turn on 3. within 4 seconds press, clear, auto, clear, auto. LED Should go blank, if not try again 4. use copy quantity keys to enter 24, then push start 5. Again use copy quantity keys to enter 7, then push start 6. turn off when you restart the cartridge count will be set to zero
I have done this twice and never replaced the drum cartridge.
Just fyi, a Canon PC-6e is a copier that is about ten + years old of a model... The drum unit will make the copies better.... But, you most likely need to clean the optic's. Have you tried to make the copies lighter??? If I am correct, there is a small botton on the control pannel that will turn... It will make the copies light one way and darker the other way... Good Luck
1. turn off XD125f 2. Turn on 3. within 4 seconds press, clear,
auto, clear, auto. LED Should go blank, if not try again 4. use
copy quantity keys to enter 24, then push start 5. Again use copy
quantity keys to enter 7, then push start 6. turn off when you
restart the cartridge count will be set to zero
I have done this
twice and never replaced the drum cartridge.
J2 is the indication that the Drum Cartridge life has elapsed. The possibly exists that the Customer has installed a New Drum Cartridge. The Customer would be directed to change their Drum Cartridge by their User Guide. This action on the part of the Customer will cause the Drum Reset Switch to actuate for a moment when the Side Door is closed. This is with the provision that the Drum Reset Circuit is working properly. That momentary actuation of the Drum Reset Switch, being actuated by the New Drum, resets the Drum Counter. Should something be faulty with either the reset mechanism on the New Drum Cartridge, or the Drum Cartridge reset Switch circuit, the Counter will not reset. Note: A new Drum Cartridge will NOT reset the Drum Counter unless the machine is holding a J2presenton the display. The first revolution of the Drum will render the Drum Cartridge used.A Used Drum Cartridge will NOT be capable of resetting a J2. Again, one revolution of a new Drum Cartridge will render it to be a used Drum .