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How do i clean Kyocera 220 drum unit

Cleaning with cloth

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Cleaning with cloth and brasso

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A little denatured alcohol and soft cloth is ok. Water is a no-no. The wiper blade may be defective on the drum unit and or the excess toner cavity in the rear of the drum may be full. Best bet is to replace the drum.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009


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replace drum

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SOURCE: Hi, just wanting to know

open 2 screws at the top cover remove the cover take a soft wipe comes with the unit or any soft clothe and wipe gentle

Posted on Oct 18, 2012

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Hopefully this will help.

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SOURCE: How do I clean corona units on Minolta 1081 copier?

Gregory, First remove the drum unit. Then remove the Charge unit. located about the drum on the drum cartridge (Not Inside the Machine) Then remove scortron grid push the front in to release you then have access to the charge wire this model may have the Charge comb type be care the combs are sharp if they are wires be gentle and use a eraser to gentle clean the wires they are very thin. During the copy process the wire/comb applies a HV charge on the drum prior to the image from the mirrors being place on the drum before the paper arrives underneath the drum.

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