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    Image Transfer Belt Unit C350

    I have seen that it is not too difficult to change the transfer belt unit. Does anyone have a tech manual as to how to do this? Or any suggestions and/or cautions on changing out the unit?


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    Give the customers a bag of fuses and you will save loads.




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    Can you explain what you mean by the fuses?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JPT View Post
    Can you explain what you mean by the fuses?
    The fuse that Bizhub is talking about is a 80ma fuse. If you pull the transfer belt out about a foot, you will see a silver screw on the top front of the cleaner assy. Take that fuse out and put another fuse in. Reinstall the transfer belt and it will reset and go for a lot longer. That will save a bundle.

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    Image trasfer belt reset

    Hello
    I have a question.
    On wich silver screw we talk about it?
    I have a similar problem with image trasfer belt ( in tech rep mode i can't reset te counter for trasfer belt and fuser maybe because the counter is much over the limit).
    I tried to find that screw but i can't find it.
    Please be more specific.
    Thank's


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    Laserman, this looks like the same doc that you posted ealier - I don't see the screw that you are referring to...or I perhaps I am not understanding which screw it is. Thanks in advance for your help.


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    Open up the document that I posted today. The screw that I am talking about is shown on the first page. It has a red circle around it. The file name is the same however I modified it. Hope this helps!

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    You wouldn't think that it would be all that hard to find this fuse...I have tried nationally known hardware and electronics stores with no luck. I ended up ordering it on-line only to be told that it is back ordered until the last week in July. Any suggestions??


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    JPT,

    Here is the place where we get ours. You might try them.



    For anyone who wants to know a good place to get the fuses that will work on the various models to reset fusers and TBU , go to US - Electronic Components Distributor | Newark.com and search for item #48K9877 or S500-80MA-R. Sense we are a large company we got them for 79 cents.

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    Thanks a bunch! You have been quite helpful with this issue.

    I ordered the fuses from Newark (which by the way were less expensive then where I had originally ordered the fuses from).


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