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    Replace Transfer Belt Unit on Bizhub C351

    I need to replace my Transfer Belt Unit on my KM Bizhub C351. Apparently, it is suppose to be easy to do, I just can't figure it out. Does anyone know how and can give me instructions?


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    open right hand side door and remove 1 screw from a silver bracket front end of the machine and 1 from a silver bracket from the rear side of the machine, the brackets should pop out about 10cm.
    Then open the left side door and remove the collection bottle, then pull out the transfer belt, if it does not want to come just check that the silver brackets on the right side of the copier have 'popped' out all the way. Should take you no longer than 30 sec's


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    Or you could just replace the 30mA fuse?


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    Quote Originally Posted by RichGK0215 View Post
    I need to replace my Transfer Belt Unit on my KM Bizhub C351. Apparently, it is suppose to be easy to do, I just can't figure it out. Does anyone know how and can give me instructions?
    Pull the finisher off (if you have one)
    open the door on the left side (the one that the finisher was blocking)
    take out the Waste Toner Box
    Now you can get to the belt, i think theres 2 screws you need to take off and you can slide it out.

    once you put the new one in you have to config/adjust it in the tech menu so the colours and alignment are right


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    Quote Originally Posted by JSC View Post
    Or you could just replace the 30mA fuse?
    How much more life can you get out of it by doing that? Is it easy to do?


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    U R THE MAN!!!! I appreciate your help, it took me about 30 seconds to figure out. Now its talkin about a malfunction detected, call you tech rep. The unit is in correctly and everything is back the way it was, dont know what its talkin about. Its saying C-2152

    Any clue to what that is?


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    Nevermind, I got it. Just a simple opening and closing of the front door did the trick. AGAIN,


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    Quote Originally Posted by NotByChoice View Post
    How much more life can you get out of it by doing that? Is it easy to do?
    You can get up to 3x normal life.
    Yes its easy to do slide the unit out about a foot, on the front corner of the transfer cleaning assy remove 1 small silver screw and replace the fuse.


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    Hello JSC, we have a Develop +351, followed your instructions, but cant locate the screw. Are you sure its the same on a +351 as it is on a +350?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JSC View Post
    You can get up to 3x normal life.
    Yes its easy to do slide the unit out about a foot, on the front corner of the transfer cleaning assy remove 1 small silver screw and replace the fuse.
    If you use a pico fuse you can do it without removing the unit. Take off the small cover to the left of the yellow toner and cross the two wires with the fuse. Works great. And saves time.


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