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    Adv C3325/3330

    I have a chance to purchase a few of these Adv C3330 copiers and wondered if there are any good/bad reviews. For some reason, I haven't seen any of these in the field yet. Is it a decent copier? I'm guessing its an upgrade to the C2225/2230, but it doesn't look like its built the same as far as drum units, developer unit etc.

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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    Good machine ! The same concept as IR ADV C 5XXX series.I like him.

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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    I look after a few of these & not had any issues so far, drums go way over 100% easy to work on & a vast improvemnt to the IRAC20/22xx series!
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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    Hello all.
    Problem with printing grey dots (see photo).
    It makes at all C, M, Y, Bk pattern printed all together, also only M print alone, also only Y print alone, also only C print alone, also only Bk print alone (maybe not so significantly).
    I checked all drums, transfer belt, fixing unit (it makes in front off fixing unit, I make stop the paper in front of fixing unit), transfer roller was vacuumed - but still the grey dots. Visually nothing (charging rollers at drums perfectly clear without defects).
    I forgot to change drums in its positions (now I am not sure, that the drums are interchangeable). The black developing unit looks good, but...
    The dots are in the direction of the paper path.
    I did not know, what is faulty (and did not say it to customer).
    Any ideas please?
    IMG_1601.jpg

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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    Try- change black drum.

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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    Quote Originally Posted by spree View Post
    Hello all.
    Problem with printing grey dots (see photo).
    It makes at all C, M, Y, Bk pattern printed all together, also only M print alone, also only Y print alone, also only C print alone, also only Bk print alone (maybe not so significantly).
    I checked all drums, transfer belt, fixing unit (it makes in front off fixing unit, I make stop the paper in front of fixing unit), transfer roller was vacuumed - but still the grey dots. Visually nothing (charging rollers at drums perfectly clear without defects).
    I forgot to change drums in its positions (now I am not sure, that the drums are interchangeable). The black developing unit looks good, but...
    The dots are in the direction of the paper path.
    I did not know, what is faulty (and did not say it to customer).
    Any ideas please?
    IMG_1601.jpg

    Looking at the spacing of those marks I would say it's caused by the black dev unit.
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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    developer ass'y

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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    Quote Originally Posted by repeatcopiers View Post
    I have a chance to purchase a few of these Adv C3330 copiers and wondered if there are any good/bad reviews. For some reason, I haven't seen any of these in the field yet. Is it a decent copier? I'm guessing its an upgrade to the C2225/2230, but it doesn't look like its built the same as far as drum units, developer unit etc.
    The iR ADV C3325i/3330i are good and reliable machines, almost all maintenance parts and toners are still used in the successor models.

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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    Quote Originally Posted by Saturn View Post
    The C3325i/3330i are good and reliable machines, almost all maintenance parts and toners are still used in the successor models.
    I'm sure after 5+ years the original poster has come to a decision by now!
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    Re: Adv C3325/3330

    Thanks copier tech, I hadn't noticed that

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