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    MX7040/MX7580 sec transfer belt rips

    Still having a lot of trouble with secondary transfer belts ripping on these machines.

    Does anyone have a solution for this?

    Yesterday i had to replace one that had been in the machine for only 4 days!

    No idea what causes this...


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    Re: MX7040/MX7580 sec transfer belt rips

    In my experience I have seen 2 things cause this. 1st, check the primary transfer belt cleaning assembly is not binding up. I have had this on more than one occasion. The cleaning assembly will bind up the rest of the belt causing the secondary to slip and eventually rip. The second cause that i have only seen once is the right door being bent and not closing correctly.


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    Re: MX7040/MX7580 sec transfer belt rips

    Quote Originally Posted by boutn View Post
    Still having a lot of trouble with secondary transfer belts ripping on these machines.

    Does anyone have a solution for this?

    Yesterday i had to replace one that had been in the machine for only 4 days!

    No idea what causes this...
    I agree as this model has a tendency to clog in the waste toner tubes. Also make sure the main, front door is not clogged. I have seen this a few time and you will actually find a METAL auger, metal is so rare in this day and age.

    The other thing to check is the sep finger on the IT belt. This is to be replaced when the IT belt is replaced. If your tears are right down the center, this finger is the most likely cause.




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    Re: MX7040/MX7580 sec transfer belt rips

    I have also seen this when techs don't powder both belts and blades properly.


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