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    Question iPRC7000VP E020-0281

    Dear All,

    Any ideas on this error code? I was changed Drum unit,developing unit,LASER, ITB Drive motor.

    The P-B-P-M at level 2 always show "0". What part will causing it?
    Besides, it also paper jam 0110. Sometime the printout will be registration out. No leading edge.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pga View Post
    Dear All,

    Any ideas on this error code? I was changed Drum unit,developing unit,LASER, ITB Drive motor.

    The P-B-P-M at level 2 always show "0". What part will causing it?
    Besides, it also paper jam 0110. Sometime the printout will be registration out. No leading edge.

    E020
    E020-0x81
    Error Description: Lower limit error in light intensity on drum base (reflecting light intensity from
    the drum surface)
    * COPIER > Display > DENS > P-B-P-Y/M/C/K is less than 150.
    Cause of occurrence (Highly possible): Soil on the ATR sensor [*1]
    Cause of occurrence (Low possible): Faulty pressure for developing assembly
    Broken wire of ATR sensor
    Damaged ATR sensor
    Malfunction of ATR patch detection shutter



    Check the P-B-P-Y/M/C/K readings under COPIER > DISPLAY > DENS. Readings are typically between 300 - 650.
    PS117.jpg

    Check or Replace Drum patch Sensor PS117= shown in red square


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    imagePRESS 6000 / 6000VP / 7000VP Image Registration is Off



    Check PS110 lead edge patch registration sensor. If you disconnect this sensor and the image registration comes back into specification, suspect a faulty PS110 lead edge patch sensor. When you disconnect this sensor, the ITOP signal from the yellow laser unit will be automatically used.
    Also, check to see that there is a good gloss on the ITB belt for better reflectivity of the PS110 patch sensor.


    NOTE* For the ITOP signal to be automatically used you must have version 71.02 installed.



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    imagePRESS C6000 / C6000VP / C7000VP
    Varying lead to trail registration on the imagePRESS C7000VP Series.


    The lead to trail registration shifts during a multiple print run.



    The ITB home position is determined by detecting the reflecting surface on the edge of the ITB with the ITB HP lower sensor (PS101) or the ITB upper sensor (PS102) as shown in the diagram below.

    This is a white reflecting surface that resides on the rear underneath the ITB belt which obviously can get dirty in time. If this reflective surface is dirty, it can miscalculate the ITB home position and therefore affect the lead edge registration. Clean this reflective surface and the ITB home position sensor mentioned here.


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    when i replaced a new developing unit,the drum patch sensor is attached with it. The D-kit and P-kit, i also cleaned it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pga View Post
    when i replaced a new developing unit,the drum patch sensor is attached with it. The D-kit and P-kit, i also cleaned it.

    M unit could be bad/ check other thoughts/

    are u using OEM part ?? or a Boot leg Part


    are u trained on this model/ is firmware up to date ?

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    Re: iPRC7000VP E020-0281

    I remember to solve this problem doing a DC-CON CLEAR on Copier>Function>Clear>Dc-Con and filling the values of the Service Label.
    Notice if the Density values are close, and if the Laser values on ADJUST are the same of the label.
    If the counter is large (in my case it was 1,5M), this probably will work.

    Hope I have helped.


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    Re: iPRC7000VP E020-0281

    Quote Originally Posted by Elizaldo View Post
    I remember to solve this problem doing a DC-CON CLEAR on Copier>Function>Clear>Dc-Con and filling the values of the Service Label.
    Notice if the Density values are close, and if the Laser values on ADJUST are the same of the label.
    If the counter is large (in my case it was 1,5M), this probably will work.

    Hope I have helped.

    that post reply from me was back in year 2010

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    Re: iPRC7000VP E020-0281

    Quote Originally Posted by teckat View Post
    that post reply from me was back in year 2010
    That has to be a record


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    Re: iPRC7000Vp E000062-0100-05

    iPRC7000Vp E000062-0100-05 plase hilp


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