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The fuser reach one overtemperature
Enter diagnostics NVM dc 131 and fix (744-220)=0 and thats all
Posted on Feb 23, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is not a mechanical error but a software error.
It either doesn't recognise the format or program
as for the driver don't thinkit's the problem the HP can use PCL6
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
SOURCE: Xerox WC Pro 35 - Error 14-563
this code means your scanner has failed to setup correctly. this could be a problem that you would need a qualified tech to service the copier. there is nothing that you can do after you power off and power on (popo) the copier. it could be voltage, pwb board, or a binding scanner assembly.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
That is a document feed or scanner fault. Often times it is simply that molex connector working loose. It is the connector mounted vertically next to the main power cord on the right rear side of the machine. That bottom screw can be dificult to tighten. What I would try first is to shut the machine off, unscrew and disconnect that conntecot totally then firmly slide it in and get both the top and bottom screwss tight. Like I said, the bottom thumb screw can be hard to tighten even with a screw driver because it is a pretty soft rubber the tighteners are made out of.
If that doesnt work. go to the back and disconnect the document feed to scanner cables and reconnect. Other than that, you pretty much have to replace the feeder/scaner assembly since very very few parts are spared for that .
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
One of two things most likely.
1. The wiper blade is stuck to the print head,or 2, The print head blosk has a lot of spill over ink built up in it.
That code is caused by the inability of the print head to move properly. Either left to right or pivot front to back to get into the print position.
You have to remove the covers to access the stainless steel print block. It is located about 2/3 of the way back on the lower left side of the frame. It is a one inch by one inch square block that may have a lot of buildup of spill over ink in it. If the wiper is stuck you have to remove the ink loader , where you add the ink sticks , to access the area between the print head and drum, It is a pink blade the is between the drum and print head, it wold be stuck to the print head not allowing it to move. Just carefully unstick it from the print head
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
010-150, 155 Too much or not enough paper in duplex tray 10-300 Fuser thermistor 10-302 Low fuser temperature 010-304 Bad fuser temp 10-308 High fuser temperature or open thermistor 010-310 High fuser temperature 010-312 Fuser not up to temperature after energy save 010-314 Fuser problem 010-320 Fuser web finished 010-330,327 335, 340 Exit switch, vertical sensor switch actuated when power is turned on
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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