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I am getting the error code 8532 on the OCE 350 plotwave. what does this mean?

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It might need a new fuse which is located where the hot wires are when the paper feeds through or it might need a circuit an Ormon G3NE-220 TL-US load 20A 240VAC 50/60hz input 24 VDC.

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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SOURCE: oce plotwave 300 error 8513

Dear Sunilkudal20,

the error code referes to an electronic failure in the fuser section.

  • You can try to reset the system by turn the machine off and on.
  • Check if there is no media is in the fuser section.

If this is not solving the issue, I advice you to contact you local service organization.

If you leave your country of origin, email adress and / or your telephone number, I can ask a colleque to contact you.

Kind regards,

Jack de Weirdt
Oce Technologies B.V.
The Netherlands

Posted on Aug 01, 2011

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This error will be caused by a jamb inside the cutter assembly of the lower roller drawer. Remove the two black Torx screws at the left and right sides inside the lower paper drawer. Next remove the galvanized cover. You should then be able to see the edge of the paper. Grasp it firmly with a pair of needle nose pliers and pull straight up and out. Clear your errors and commence printing.

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SOURCE: Hi i have a problem with oce plotwave 360 give me an error NO COMMUNICATION WITH CONTROLLER - 95 please help me what i need do

The controller is on the left hand side of the printer. Most likely there is a problem with the controller and you have to call an authorized Oce representative to fix it. This has proprietary software and hardware in it and the hard drive contains your license which is tied to the hardware address of the motherboard on the controller.

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