One of my customers has a 6510 with a transfer unit that's severed on one side which causes the print to come out marked from it.
I could not find any info on how to disassmble thus was wondering how time consuming replacing it is and difficulty level, not sure it will be worth replacing..
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Thank you for your reply but this explains how to find what's the issue but not how to replace the transfer belt..Where can i find a service manual for the phaser 6510?
Mine is a Phaser 6510, i read on another post both side mouldings need to come out etc..
In your other post it looks pretty simple, does it apply to the phaser 6510 as well?
Sorry for taking your time again, the belt does not come out as easily as that on the Phaser 6510, would you by any chance have access to service manual for this model? I believe i have to take apart both mouldings on each side etc..
Copy Paste from another post:
"Removing both left and right cover, also using a screwdriver is needed on this machine to remove the transfer belt.
After removing the covers, and harness from the belt, unplugging the connector, pivot kit etc."
There are no moulding anywhere, Just the four screws.
1. Open the Waste Cover.
2. Remove the Waste Cartridge,
3. Open the Rear Cover.
4. Release the lever on each of the CRU Drum Cartridges (Y,M,C,K).
Figure 1 Handle Locations on the Transfer Belt Unit
5. Refer to Figure 2 to remove the four screws attaching the Transfer Belt Unit and remove
the Transfer Belt Unit from the rails. Remove only the screws seated against the metal
frame as shown in the figure.