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    Ir2230 Dirty output

    Hi Sir, I'm working this machine IR2230 I already replaced the whole fixing assy still the output copy is dirty. Cleaned the paper path and try to jammed the machine to determine where the problem occurred still cannot determined where it is. Anybody encounter this problem. I'm glad to hear from you. Thank you so much

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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    Quote Originally Posted by tamboknon View Post
    Hi Sir, I'm working this machine IR2230 I already replaced the whole fixing assy still the output copy is dirty. Cleaned the paper path and try to jammed the machine to determine where the problem occurred still cannot determined where it is. Anybody encounter this problem. I'm glad to hear from you. Thank you so much

    If you pass your finger in the dirty area and the ink is not fixed it seems the new fixing film is wrong.....


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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    Latest firmware?

    kind regards
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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    LTR,LTRR,Legal...Orientation would be helpful(actually mandatory). All trays? Looks like starwheel on LTRR or legal but you say you replaced fuser assembly. Does toner rub off still? You can't put wrong heater/film assembly...different connector. Something dragging right after transfer. Mylar at bottom of door deformed? I've seen this cause dragging line but from bypass. Need more info...


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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    Is the dirt there if you print color ? or just when black ? Need to check to rule out drums... If only on black and LTRR, check the black drum for any damage...


    [edit] my mistake, IR2230, not IRc2230, so its monochrome

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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    IRC than it is the drum-unit
    Just replace it ...

    kind regards
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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    Hi Sir, anybody can give me a concrete solution. Thank you


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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    What exactly did you replace? a complete NEW fuser unit assy? or a used one?

    From your sample a caked up heat sink roller causes this issue. I simply remove them they run better.

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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    Do you get problem If you make force stop also before fixing?

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    Re: Ir2230 Dirty output

    Sir, I replaced the whole fixing ass'y and also do the force stop before entering the fixing and while in the fixing assy to determine but the problem is not there. The machine has a finisher unit the rollers are good. I'm confuse where the problem occurred. TIA


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