Question about Xerox DocuColor 12 Printer
Make sure all the connections are in good shape. Look for a broken or slightly burnt connector.
A pinched wire may be the problem.
And the over heat thermistor may have blown.
Its a fuser sensing code. You may have to replace the fuser itself.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
Refer to BSD 10.2 and 10.12 for the following procedure.
Perform the following:
1.Open the Drawer and extend it to the service position.
2.Remove the Oil Cartridge ( PL 8.1 ).
3.Remove the Front Cover ( PL 8.1 ).
4.Remove the Top Cover ( PL 8.2 ).
5.Check the Heat Roll Control Thermistor for cleanliness, damage and excessive wear at the point where the Thermistor contacts the Heat Roll. If the surface of the Thermistor is worn, replace the Heat Roll Control Thermistor Inspect the surface of the Heat Roll for excessive wear due to the Thermistor. Replace the Heat Roll if necessary
6.Check the Drawer connector at the rear of the Fuser for damaged pins
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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