Iím getting intermittent jams in
the exit area. Paper is about 2 inches
through the turnover gate coming up. Jam
code is mostly J32-04 and a few J32-02. I
changed the exit assembly and it seemed to
work. Ran 200 pages without any jams. Next
day I was called back because of jamming in
the same place.
Replace or trim the mylars (4024-3079-01).
Clean and use Emory cloth on the 2
one way gears and the shafts.
Replace the foam roller and the two
one way gears that drive it. May need the
little bearing, too.
I see the two mylars and one of
them had a bent corner. I will order two new
ones. Where are the one way gears and the
foam rollers? Thanks for the help.
On the fuser exit and front of the
fuser under the blk guide for the roller.
Yes. The decurling roller is a
known culprit for such jams. You can run
single-sided copies all day without a
hiccup, but if you donít test it using the
duplexer, you will be back out again. They
get firm and develop flat spots.
Found the foam roller and one ways. Foam
roller has flat spots. I will order it and
one way gears. Thanks everyone for the help.
KM-2030 ďAdding tonerĒ
My machine wonít copy; it always
says ďadding tonerĒ or ďadd toner and resume
copying,Ē I think. I have had the developer
unit out and checked the augers. They turn
just fine. Also it does appear to be adding
toner! If anything, the DV looks too full. I
suspect a bad toner sensor, but wanted to
get some opinions here first. This is only
the second one I have seen in the field.
Did you get the toner for CS2030 in
error? It is different in the interface; the
toner is the same but the cart is ever so
slightly different (square gear/key versus
I guess Iíll have to go out and
check. I didnít notice and Iíll be surprised
if they know. It did look to be dropping
toner into the mix. Thanks.
How many copies/pages are on the developer?
Itís good for 100K, might be time to change
The developer has less than 20,000
copies on it.
Well the toner idea sounded like a pretty
good possibility, but I got back to the
customer today and it is square hole to
square peg. Everything appears to be turning
ok, and the DV is stirring. I hadnít noticed
before, but the ďmachine errorĒ light is on,
no error code, but she canít even fax out
with the dog. HUH?
I have seen this with a bad toner motor,
stripper toner feed gears. Cheat the front
cover switch. Go into service mode and run
forced toner supply, sim 132. Watch to see
if the motor is actually turning the augers
on the toner container. And for a really
off-the-wall solution, check the toner
container. Iíve seen the tape break on the
slide for the toner feed into the developer
section. And the piece of tape will block
the toner from feeding into the developer
I did get back, and cheated the front door
switch, and the toner is coming out. I would
have to think that it is actually way over
toned by now. The only problem I can see
with the toner is that the seal for the
sliding door on the bottom of the cart
doesnít really seal that well. It leaks.
Have to be fast in putting in the cart. The
other more disturbing thing I have found is
that the toner sensor is mounted with what
appears to be double stick tape. I tried to
pry it loose, but I think it would break
before it let go.
Canon IR 2270
This copier has light copies. Iíve darkened
the setting under additional functions but
copies are still a little light. Does anyone
know any tricks to darken copies? I also put
a new drum in and cleaned optics including
laser glass. Thanks for any help.
Did you address the xfer roller?
What kind of toner are they using? What does
the developer roller look like? Di you try
vacuuming the dev out, cleaning the roller
and s blade, and restarting it?
Did you do the CCD-ADJ when you put
in the new drum? Sometimes this helps. You
have to follow the procedure in the manual.
Dude, donít do CCD-ADJ. Do D gamma ADJ.
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