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    MPC 3500 color registration

    I have moved this unit for a customer and now the color registration is way off and when I do a color registration in maintenance mode it fails . Any ideas anyone ?


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    Re: MPC 3500 color registration

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    I have moved this unit for a customer and now the color registration is way off and when I do a color registration in maintenance mode it fails . Any ideas anyone ?
    SP 2111-3 then SP 2111-1.

    ref http://www.copytechnet.com/forums/ri...olour-reg.html

    You may have shifted something in the ITB during transport. Also clean the I.D sensors and surrounding area.


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    Re: MPC 3500 color registration

    Thank you if you were female I would kiss you. this worked .


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    Re: MPC 3500 color registration

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Thank you if you were female I would kiss you. this worked .

    I'm glad you're in Ontario!!


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    Re: MPC 3500 color registration

    me too


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    Re: MPC 3500 color registration

    If cleaning the ID sensors does not help, do a forced toner feed, on all colors. If the toner density is too low, the color registration fails, and the colors are out of sync. Fixes is every time


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    Re: MPC 3500 color registration

    I think it was a combination of dirty sensors and moving the machine . Thanks


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    Re: MPC 3500 color registration

    Quote Originally Posted by impetus73 View Post
    If cleaning the ID sensors does not help, do a forced toner feed, on all colors. If the toner density is too low, the color registration fails, and the colors are out of sync. Fixes is every time
    Never do a forced toner! All it does is mask the problem!


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