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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Toxic View Post
    If you dont have SM i suggest you find it, if you want to do something on this machine.
    Some things is hard to explain, lot easier with SM and theory of operation.
    How did you resolve that broken connector?
    Transfer pressure bellow from SM
    Attachment 50433
    sorry, I was thinking that you talk about, transfer belt assy ...
    that's why I asked about cam...

    I have SM and I saw cam at 2nd transfer unit, before fusing unit ...

    I will give a try again tomorrow ..

    Thanks for help!
    I will return with news...

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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Toxic View Post
    If you dont have SM i suggest you find it, if you want to do something on this machine.
    Some things is hard to explain, lot easier with SM and theory of operation.
    How did you resolve that broken connector?
    Transfer pressure bellow from SM
    Attachment 50433
    I inserted a screwdriver inside the spring and I move it a little bit ... it comes by himself in the right position...

    2nd transfer roller pressure mechanism - tested with door opened ... works it came up and back down ... but still large amount of toner remain on transfer belt ...
    pressure release motor - tested works ..
    cam - in the right position
    pressure arm - in the right position

    I saw counter of roll and it has 224.000 prints (I saw it was used only in A4S ... because I see wear in the middle but on A3 it's the same ...)

    I will try to replace both of them, TB one and this one ... because prints on all colors are very low density

    I attached this image, it must to be deep orange ... but isn't


    I see on transfer belt consistent amount of toner, but only small amount remain on page

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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    You could try change this settings and see is it make some difference but i am more on the hardware side problem

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    Change Dipswitch 1-0 (To display process adjustment to user screen) from 0 (Default) to 1. 
    Then, [Process adjustment] key is accessible from COPY (or MACHINE) screen.
     (COPY (MACHINE) => [Paper Setting] => [Change] => [Process Adj.] => [2nd transfer Offset (Front) and/or (Back)]) 
    Set appropriate 2nd transfer current for each tray referring paper being used. However, when too high or too low value is entered, the adjustment fails.

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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Toxic View Post
    You could try change this settings and see is it make some difference but i am more on the hardware side problem

    Code:
    Change Dipswitch 1-0 (To display process adjustment to user screen) from 0 (Default) to 1. 
    Then, [Process adjustment] key is accessible from COPY (or MACHINE) screen.
     (COPY (MACHINE) => [Paper Setting] => [Change] => [Process Adj.] => [2nd transfer Offset (Front) and/or (Back)]) 
    Set appropriate 2nd transfer current for each tray referring paper being used. However, when too high or too low value is entered, the adjustment fails.

    I will test it later ... but till then I already ordered connectors for both transfer rolls, I think maybe from there is the problem ...
    A friends guide me, if the black connector from transfer belt it's damaged (see picture) then it loose voltage and can be from there doesn't work good transfer ...


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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    Run Factory Default under Recall Standard Data under Process Adjustment.


    Then run test pattern N. 80 and compare the colors


    Do not let the printer adjust. Run the test right after the Factory Default.
    Nothing like day after day

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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    Tulintron, good point , i totally forgot about that step.

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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    Quote Originally Posted by tulintron View Post
    Run Factory Default under Recall Standard Data under Process Adjustment.


    Then run test pattern N. 80 and compare the colors


    Do not let the printer adjust. Run the test right after the Factory Default.



    colorful ...
    very nice colors ...

    after gamma adjustment and color registration

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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    I start to think that the problem starts from gamma sensor,
    when I cleaned boards from gamma and color registration sensor can be that I touch this 2 adjustments...


    can I find right position of them, or can I readjust them?

    thanks!

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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    replace, if cleaning didn't fix. Usually overcompensates the other way when dirty.

    how many test prints did you run before it go lighter, before adjustment? i would have ran a bunch just to be sure it didn't lose density on it own.

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    Re: C6500 - color density problem

    Quote Originally Posted by zmeutz View Post


    colorful ...
    very nice colors ...

    after gamma adjustment and color registration
    Changing would be the best alternative. However, in the printed tests, it seems to me to have a developer with a shelf life at the end.


    Cyan prints bad colors.


    The yellow background after the adjustments is a faulty gamma sensor characteristic.


    But be sure to change the developers if necessary.


    This sensor strip has an update. Pay attention when making a purchase.
    Nothing like day after day

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