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    Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    On this model, does it require a fuse to reset or can one go into service mode and reset it?

    Thanks for your help in advance.

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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    Nope. Just do reset in SM.
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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    So I don't have to change the transfer belt? Just reset the counter?

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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    So I don't have to change the transfer belt? Just reset the counter?
    Well, if print/copy quality isn't a priority, you can reset it without replacing it but if you do that, the machine will change parameters based on a NEW belt being installed when it isn't, thereby possibly causing copy/print quality issues.
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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    Quote Originally Posted by srvctec View Post
    Well, if print/copy quality isn't a priority, you can reset it without replacing it but if you do that, the machine will change parameters based on a NEW belt being installed when it isn't, thereby possibly causing copy/print quality issues.
    yup and it'll just piss the customer off when they have to call you out again for the same issue.

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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    So I don't have to change the transfer belt? Just reset the counter?
    Like srvctec said it's up to you. Basically you can leave it go past 0% with ease. No need to reset as it will alter high voltages unnecessary and depending on machine conditions worst case sucks costly color developer units.
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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    Thanks guys. That's what I needed to know.

    I want to get a new one, my boss just wants to run it. Now I know it will be cheaper to replace the old one.

    I can now honesty say that resetting it will cost us three (or four) trips and pissing off the client. The last trip of that group will be replacing the transfer belt.

    Whereas, order the part, go put it in and we don't see the client for a long while. This one trip will include inspecting and cleaning the machine and running the Imaging Process Adjustment after replacing and resetting the transfer belt. One hour or so well spent.

    Thanks again for your input.

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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    I'm surprised there was even a message displayed that it needed to be replaced. Most if not all of these we set up with the Life Stop set to off (Stop 0 Clear) in service mode. The part will tell you when it needs to be replaced.

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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    Quote Originally Posted by progoffice View Post
    I'm surprised there was even a message displayed that it needed to be replaced. Most if not all of these we set up with the Life Stop set to off (Stop 0 Clear) in service mode. The part will tell you when it needs to be replaced.
    Not to mistake Life Stop with Life Warning. If you turn them both OFF it will run silently till the end.
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    Re: Konice C368 Transfer Belt Reset

    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    On this model, does it require a fuse to reset or can one go into service mode and reset it?

    Thanks for your help in advance.
    If you update the firmware & change 2x SW settings you can disable this notification without resetting the counter. This also applies to the drum/image units & fuser.

    This will allow you to carrying on using the copier without any messages popping up.
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