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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Mirror has been cleaned still the same.
    I tried line adjustment mode c and a, both failed. Later auto Calibration and color Registration failed.

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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    OPC Drum changed recently to OEM drum quality, still the same.

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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixtech Frameworks View Post
    OPC Drum changed recently to OEM drum quality, still the same.


    Which PCU did you replace?


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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixtech Frameworks View Post
    OPC Drum changed recently to OEM drum quality, still the same.
    unless you deplete the crap toner in a development unit you will continue to have problems .. in fact you may need to replace them too.

    using turdparty toners only causes more problems down the line.

    https://youtu.be/OHug0AIhVoQ

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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixtech Frameworks View Post
    Mirror has been cleaned still the same.
    I tried line adjustment mode c and a, both failed. Later auto Calibration and color Registration failed.
    That usually means a dirty or damaged ID sensor.

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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by Pixtech Frameworks View Post
    Mirror has been cleaned still the same.
    I tried line adjustment mode c and a, both failed. Later auto Calibration and color Registration failed.
    have you cleaned the sensor on the ITB?

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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    have you cleaned the sensor on the ITB?

    There is no sensor on the ITB.

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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post

    There is no sensor on the ITB.

    He is most likely referring to the ID sensor assembly. There is also the Transfer Belt Drive Motor Encoder, Item 10 on the first blow up page in the PC for the Intermediate Transfer, and the Temperature and Humidity Sensor, Item 11 on the same page of the PC.

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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    He is most likely referring to the ID sensor assembly. There is also the Transfer Belt Drive Motor Encoder, Item 10 on the first blow up page in the PC for the Intermediate Transfer, and the Temperature and Humidity Sensor, Item 11 on the same page of the PC.
    sorry I didn't use the proper terminology for Copier Tech .. but YES that's what I was referring to the ID sensor... other brands call it a patch sensor ... most time located on the ITB.

    different words for different brands

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    Re: Mpc2003 faint colour pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    sorry I didn't use the proper terminology for Copier Tech .. but YES that's what I was referring to the ID sensor... other brands call it a patch sensor ... most time located on the ITB.

    different words for different brands
    There have been times that I wished it was mounted on the ITB assembly. Would have made accessing it to clean a lot easier.

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