Hi there, my copier's prints were fine until yesterday when we experienced a few jams and attached the sorter stapler portion of it. The machine was not jostled or moved, not blank copies are coming out. From the glass and even color calibration options.
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I can tell from the code this must be a Minolta copier or made by Minolta. The CoB60 code is a sorter failure code. This code must be reset by opening, then closing the sorter. By that I mean if you have a 10 bin sorter that hangs from the left side of the machine then you need to release the sorter away from the machine then close it back. Same thing with the 20 bin which sits on the floor. Pulling the sorter away then re-attaching is the only way to clear this code. Now if the code comes right back then there is a mechanical problem which must be repaired. The 60 code deals more with the stapler in the sorter. You can try reloading the staples but that rarely works. It is either a jammed staple or a problem with the stapler itself.
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All Cob codes on this series of Minolta copiers pertain to the sorter. Most all of the time you can simply open and close the sorter to reset the code. By open and then close I mean that the sorter must be pulled away from the copier then closed back.
Make sure there is nothing interfering with the movement of the sorter bins.
If opening/closing does not reset the code or if the code comes right back after resetting then the sorter will need service as dis-assembly/repair/re-assembly will be required. You can also unplug the large connector going from the sorter to the machine and use the copier without the sorter. If you have a 10 bin sorter that "hangs" from the side of the machine then you can leave the sorter attached and it will work fine unplugged. If you have the 20 bin sorter that sits on the floor then the sorter will have to be moved away from the copier if unplugged to prevent the machine from jamming. If you unplug the sorter be sure to turn the copiers power off before disconnecting the sorter.
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The Sorter is either disconnected or out of alignment. look behind the machine there should be a cable from the main unit to the sorter. Check it for connection, also make sure the sorter or inline with the machine. and all access doors are closed.
Need more info. Most copiers do not come with a stapler. It is an option that typically (in ALL the models I have serviced) is a feature that comes with some sorter/finishers. If the output on your machine has a sorter, then look for a staple symbol or a button with a "staple" on it somewhere on the machine itself. If it lights up when you push it, you have a stapler option. They do tend to jam up easily, and the staples are kinda expensive. So if you don't see either of these on your machine.... YOU'RE THE STAPLER! =)
You have an issue with your staple finisher, probably need to inspect the stapler unit itself to make sure nothing is jammed in it and it moves freely. If you can't clear the error then most likely the unit is defective.
Do you get a paper jam or is the finsher not showing that is empty? You may have a broken bin or a miss alined bin or you have a lazy sensor flag. The copier should give you a idea where the paper jam is... May need more info. on this one..
Check your stapler. If you removed a jam from the sorter you may have accidentally moved the stapler so it is not sitting at a 45 degree angle when you open the front door of the sorter. There's a little lever you can push to swivel the stapler, however don't try to force it. You may have to pry up the plastic lock that is under the stapler with a small screwdriver. Sometimes the stapler assy has to partially removed (slid to the front) of the sorter to be able to see what you're doing.
hi im jules_09,have you tried cleaning all the ruber roller?try cleaning all ruber roller then lubricate al bushing and gears.if there is still a problem check all paper sensor it can be cleaned with alcohol.just soak the paper sensor with alcohol then let dry after a few minute then install it back again in the copier.dont soak the paper sensor in alcohol while it is in the machine.turn of the copier first