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    Canon ir adv c5235i

    Can someone tell me what cause this ... density suddenly high

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    Re: Canon ir adv c5235i

    Quote Originally Posted by zuckryyu View Post
    Can someone tell me what cause this ... density suddenly high

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    It has something to do with the ATR Control area of the copier. You could have a faulty Patch Sensor or it could be dirty. Are you getting any error codes?

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    Re: Canon ir adv c5235i

    Quote Originally Posted by mosey1100 View Post
    It has something to do with the ATR Control area of the copier. You could have a faulty Patch Sensor or it could be dirty. Are you getting any error codes?
    Yes,after a few printing i keep getting code e020-0103...i already clean the patch sensor but, still getting the code sometime...is there any way to get the density to normal value?

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    Re: Canon ir adv c5235i

    Quote Originally Posted by zuckryyu View Post
    Yes,after a few printing i keep getting code e020-0103...i already clean the patch sensor but, still getting the code sometime...is there any way to get the density to normal value?

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    Description The value is higher than the upper limit for the patch.
    Remedy Go through the following: DISPLAY > P-LED-DA; perform
    cleaning first If P-LED-DA is 3F or more.■

    1. Check installation of the Developing Assembly and the
    Drum.■
    2. Clean the Patch Sensor (UN47,UN48,UN49) Window.■
    3. Check if the patch sensor is disconnected.■
    4. Replace the Patch Sensor.■
    5. Replace the Drum.

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    Re: Canon ir adv c5235i

    Quote Originally Posted by zuckryyu View Post
    Yes,after a few printing i keep getting code e020-0103...i already clean the patch sensor but, still getting the code sometime...is there any way to get the density to normal value?

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    Send photo of test page 10 and test page 6 to see the status of developers.
    if you have cleaned the patch sensor, perform developer initialization

    Initialization of Developing Assembly (toner ratio and patch) is necessary and it differs
    depending on the color.
    If 4 colors are replaced simultaneously, execute INISET-4.
    COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > INISET-Y Initialization of Y Developing Assembly (toner
    ratio and patch)
    COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > INISET-M Initialization of M Developing Assembly
    (toner ratio and patch)
    COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > INISET-C Initialization of C Developing Assembly (toner
    ratio and patch)
    COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > INISET-K Initialization of Bk Developing Assembly
    (toner ratio and patch)
    COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > INISET-4 Initialization of 4-colors Developing
    Assembly (toner ratio and patch)
    Execute the following in user mode: (Settings/Registration > Adjustment/Maintenance >
    Adjust Image Quality > Auto Adjust Gradation).

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    Re: Canon ir adv c5235i

    check if the shutter and selenoid of the patch sensor is activating well

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    Re: Canon ir adv c5235i

    Quote Originally Posted by wcanonw View Post
    check if the shutter and selenoid of the patch sensor is activating well
    Thanks sir, apparently the shutter not moving well...and replaced...it works fine now

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