Savin 816 411844 Drum Unit Replacement Notes

Savin 816 411844 Drum Unit Replacement Notes
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Savin 816 411844 Drum Unit Replacement Notes

On this page find the Savin 816 411844 Drum Unit Replacement Notes along with illustrations for easy replacement and to get your machine back up and running. Also, you will find links to order in a replacement drum unit along or at the bottom of the page you will find options for machine upgrades.

The primary requests I get on this equipment is print quality matters. Unquestionably, this equipment is getting on in age. I’ve found that more and more of the ones I see outside in the field are being used as back up machines or have found their way into individuals offices. They do not get the usage they use to get and the drums are no longer reach their life cycles and are failing prematurely.

Mention : Drum issues will show on PRINTS and COPIES. Should the print quality troubles just occur on copies like black lines or streaks that are blank you very well may need to examine your scanner optics and glass.

Savin 816 Possible Signs of Drum Failure

1. If you find that your unit is placing a streak or streaks, some times fine, and other times an inch or even more in width on prints and copies, you probably have a cleaning blade or recovery blade in the drum going out. Now if it’s just on copies then you might just want to examine your glass slit.

2. Also, should you have a gray background to your prints and copies, that may be another sign your drum is going out.

3. Repetitive defectives which happen at specified regular places are frequently brought on by a chip or scrape over the drum surface which will demand a drum replacement. Note : Fusers may also cause repetitive defects.

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Last update was in: January 8, 2021 5:00 pm

Savin 816 Drum Specifications :

Black Drum Unit – Genuine Ricoh Drum Cartridge – Includes Drum, Developer Unit, Developer, Cleaner Unit, Charge Corona & Charge Roller – Estimated Yield 45,000 pages @ 6%
Page Yield : Estimated 45,000 pages
Color : Black
MSRP : $279.95
Shipping Weight : 4 lb 4 oz
Shipping Dimensions : 17.2” x 7.6” x 7”
Machine Section : Photoconductor
Mfr Part #:
Ricoh 411844, TYPE 1515
Savin 411844, TYPE 1515
Gestetner 411844, TYPE 1515
Lanier 411844, TYPE 1515

Savin 816 411844 Drum Unit Replacement

1. Open the right door.
NOTE: The PCU may become stuck if you try to remove it while the front door is closed.
2. Open the front door.
3. Remove the toner bottle holder.


NOTE: Clean all spilled toner off the toner bottle area and the inside of the front door.
4. Pull out the PCU [A] (” x 1).
Savin 816 411844 Drum Unit Replacement Notes
5. When having installed a new PCU, remove the styrofoam and tags

411844 Drum Unit

Initialization
Note : It is very vital that you allow the machine run through this procedure if you like proper print quality after you install a new drum. Inability to get this done can cause poor print quality and a potential service call to have a tech come out and preform this process by way of service mode.
After you turn on the main power switch, the copier automatically initializes the new PCU. When the copier is executing initialization, use caution:
• Do not turn off the main power switch.
• Do not open or remove exterior covers.


Details about the Savin 816 :
When all options are utilized the Savin 816 turns a standard copier into a multifunctional system ideal for the small office. With a first copy time of 7.5 seconds and a multi-copy time of 16 ppm the Savin 816 delivers sharp, detailed documents. This monochrome machine was tested by Buyers Lab, Inc. and proved to be resilient and dependable winning it the “Pick of the Year” award in 2007. 
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