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EFI H1625 LED belt

Discussion in 'Flatbed Printers' started by DCentioli, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. DCentioli

    DCentioli New Member

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    Tukwilla
    Does anyone have any guides or advice on how to clean off and possibly replace the media belt on a H1625 LED Printer? None of the guides provided by EFI have any information about it. we have a lot of ink build up and we are looking for the safest solution to avoid doing any damage to the printer.
     
  2. GreyBeard

    GreyBeard New Member

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    There is a latex paint remover that does the trick. Spray it on, let it sit, and scrub with a plastic bristled brush. When I am at work tomorrow, I will reply again with the product info. You can get it at home despot. It was recommended by a tech from EFI.
     
  3. DCentioli

    DCentioli New Member

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    Tukwilla
    Thank you. That would be very helpful.
     
  4. rm5690

    rm5690 New Member

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    I actually have the same problem and Ive tried using a scraper and a brush to scrub off the belt with alcohol but it gets really messy - how do you keep the loosened ink "chips" from staying clogged in the belt?
     
  5. GreyBeard

    GreyBeard New Member

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    I posted my reply last week, but it hasn't shown up. Let's try again. The spray is Motsenbockers Lift Off. Instant Latex Based Paint Remover. I get it at the blue big box store. I spray it on, let sit for a few minutes, and scrub with a nylon/plastic bristled brush. Use your shop vac to suck up the particles. A plastic razor blade may also be helpful.
     
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