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Thermistor value The 2 Thermistors in the heating eliment are OPEN what is there value?

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Are you speaking of the thermal fuses?? There should be a value like 102c or 110c or something like that. if both sides of the heating coil thermal fuses are open they got that way for a reason as they dont just open up. They are there so your house dosent burn down. Make sure that the heating coil didnt go bad and change resistive value as drawing too much current would overheat the coil and cause these puppys to pop open, PLEASE BE CAREFULL Oh and if the markings burnt off the device, go to black& Decker's web site as I order parts for my tools all the time, put in the model # get the parts list as well as part #s and prices to order them. Good Luck

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Xerox workcenter m-133 and the error code is 010-313 and how to fix it


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Fuser Related Status Codes & how to reset them:

C123 style (C123/128/133, M123/128/133, Pro123/128/133) 010-313 Fuser Control Thermistor failure (open Control Thermistor) 010-314 Fuser Side Thermistor failure (open Side Thermistor) 010-318 Fuser temperature did not rise quickly enough during heating cycle 010-320nakeder Overheat (must be reset from diagnostics by resetting NVM (Non Volatile Memory code 744-220 back to "0") * 010-327* Fuser took too long to warm up (must be reset from diagnostics by resetting NVM (Non Volatile Memory code 744-220 back to "0") * * C123 style: Resetting Fuser Codes (010-320, & 010-327) Accomplished by resetting NVM code 744-220 to '0'... First enter UI (User Interface) Diagnostic Mode: Hold down the '0' button for 5 seconds and then press the 'Start' button while still holding the '0' button. The machine will prompt you for a Password. Enter the default Access Number: '6789' and press "Confirm". The colors on the display will be reversed to indicate that you're now in diagnostic mode. Next press the Dual Heat Lamp Assembly (C123 version) www.partsdrop.com 201-387-7776 Page 4 of 5 AC Connector: C123 version "Log In/Out" button on the Control Panel. Select 'System Settings', 'Common' Settings, followed by 'Maintenance / Diagnostics'. Now you will find the main menu includes one choice called "NVM Read / Write" (NVM is Non Volatile Memory)... Now you can enter your "Chain-Link" code (in this case 744-220) and press 'Confirm / Change'. The current value will appear (if the machine is in a fuser fault condition, the value will be set to "1"). Select the "New Value" column and input your new value ('0'). Select "Save" and the new number should now appear in the "Current Value" column. You can turn the power off and back on at this point. The machine will attempt to warm up the fuser again. If the condition which caused the fault in the first place is still happening, the Status Code will return after a few minutes of attempting to warm up. C118 style (C118, M118, M118i) U4-1000 (U4-1) Fuser failure (did not come up to temperature in time)... must be reset from diagnostics (NVM code 50-20 must be reset to '0')*. U4-2000 (U4-2) Fuser over temperature.... Must be reset from diagnostics (NVM code 50-19 must be reset to '0')*. U4-3000 (U4-3) Fuser thermistor circuit is detected as being an open circuit. * C118 style: Resetting Fuser Codes (U4-1 or U4-2): Enter diagnostics (from the powered on state, hold down the '0' button and then press 'Start'. The display will change to opposite colors to show you it's in diagnostics)... Select 'Chain-Func' in the 'CE Setting' screen by using the 'Select' button, followed by 'Enter'. Select "NVRAM R/W". Enter the "Chain" (in this case '50'). Next select "Func" (function) by using the "Select" button. Enter the "function" ('20' if you're clearing a U4-1 code or '19' for clearing a U4-2 code) followed by 'Start'. The current value for that memory code (50-20 or 50-19 in these cases) will appear in the "Read" column (if the machine is in a U4-1 or U4-2 status condition, the value will read as '1'). Change the value by pressing the "Select" button at the "Read" column to switch to "Write". Enter a '0' for the new value, and then press 'Start'. Finally, select "Write NVM". You'll probably be well served by being able to test the lamp and thermistor circuits from the AC Connector so you know what you're looking to replace before you even rip into the fuser. On the C123 & WC-5225 versions, there are slots for 8 pins (2 rows of 4 arranged vertically). Pin 7 is on the upper left and Pin 8 on the upper right is empty. Pins 7 & 1 are one of the two Heat Lamp Circuits. Each Heat Lamp Circuit goes through its respective half of the Heat Lamp Assembly, and then through both thermal fuses to the return wire (pin 7 is the return wire which is common to both heat lamp circuits). Pins 7 & 3 are the other Heat Lamp Circuit. If either Thermal Fuse is blown, neither lamp circuit will conduct. If one circuit measures good and the other measures bad, then the Heat Lamp Assembly must have failed. The Thermistor circuits for the C123 are between Pins 2 & 4 and Pins 5 & 6. If you set your meter to 200K ohms, you can measure the Thermistors... they should measure a high resistance and then if you were to warm up the Thermistor's head, the resistance should begin to drop. These Thermistors are unusual in that the heads are ***** (no yellow kapton tape). www.partsdrop.com 201-387-7776 Page 5 of 5 AC Connector: C118 version The C118 fuser's AC Connector is shaped the same as the C123 version (slots for 8 pins) however there are only 4 pins actually present and they numbered the pins differently for this one. On this one, Pin 2 is in the upper left corner and Pin 1 is in the upper right. On this connector, Pins 1 & 3 form the Heat Lamp Circuit. The Thermistor Circuit is between Pins 2 & 6. Hope this turns out to be valuable information for you. It'd be a shame to replace one of these fusers and then throw out or return the used one without at least inspecting it for the possibility of fixing it for the next customer who needs one. Be a green-tech and fix'em when you can. Happy Repairs everyone! Britt works for The Parts Drop, a company whose primary business is providing parts, supplies and information for Xerox brand copiers, printers and fax machines. You can find more information, including many of Britt's past ENX articles on their website, www.partsdrop.com. If you'd like to read more about Xerox brand office equipment, there's also a complete listing of past articles under contributing writers on the ENX website (www.ENXMAG.com).



Hope this was helpful, good luck!

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Xerox 4150 workcenter says fuser module needs to warm up. This appears usually first thing in morning. I have to power off then on to stop this from showing on the screen. also, it wont print until after I...


1. Switch off the machine, then switch on the machine.
2. Enter dC330 code 10-100 to heat the fuser to 180 degrees. Enter codes 10-200 (centre
thermistor) and 10-210 (front thermistor) to verify the condition of the thermistors.
3. Enter code 10-300 to check power supply unit 2. If necessary, install a new power supply
unit 2, PL 1.10 Item 4.
4. Switch off the machine. Remove the fuser assembly. Check that the thermistors, PL 10.25
Item 9 are clean and in good contact with the fuser heat roller. Check the wiring to the
thermistors. Install new components as necessary, PL 10.25.
5. Check for continuity between the two pins on the fuser assembly connector, PL 10.25
Item 8.
NOTE: A cold fuser has a resistance of approximately 11.5 ohms (220V/240V) or 2 ohms
(110V).
6. Check that there is continuity through the fuser heater and across the over temperature
cut-out.
7. Check the wiring between the fuser connector, PL 4.15 Item 20 and CON3, CON8 and
CON9 on Power Supply Unit 2. If necessary, install a new fuser connector, PL 4.15 Item
20.
8. Check the wiring between CON4 on Power Supply Unit 2 and CN7 on the Main PWB.
9. Install new components as necessary:
• Fuser assembly, PL 10.25 Item 1.
• HVPS, PL 1.10 Item 2.
10. Perform the OF5 Main PWB Check RAP.
4250/4260 Checkout
NOTE: The main PWB has test points. The location of the test points is shown on the Main
PWB PJ location illustration.
Refer to Wiring Diagram 17, Wiring Diagram 18 and Wiring Diagram 21. Perform the following:
1. Switch off the machine, then switch on the machine.
2. Enter dC330 code 10-100 to heat the fuser to 180 degrees. Enter codes 10-200 (centre
thermistor) and 10-210 (front thermistor) to verify the condition of the thermistors.
3. Enter code 10-300 to check power supply unit 2. If necessary, install a new power supply
unit 2, PL 1.15 Item 4.
4. Switch off the machine. Remove the fuser assembly. Check that the thermistors, PL 10.28
Item 9 are clean and in good contact with the fuser heat roller. Check the wiring to the
thermistor assembly. Check the wiring to the NC thermistor, PL 10.28 Item 19. Install new
components as necessary, PL 10.28.
5. Check for continuity between the three pins on the fuser assembly connector, PL 10.28
Item 8.
NOTE: A cold fuser has a resistance of approximately 11.5 ohms (220V/240V) or 2 ohms
(110V).
6. Check that there is continuity through the fuser heat lamps and across the over temperature
cut-out. Install new components as necessary, PL 10.28.
7. Check the wiring between the fuser connector, PL 4.15 Item 20 and CN5 on the Main
PWB. If necessary, install a new fuser connector, PL 4.15 Item 20.
8. Check the wiring between CON1 on Power Supply Unit 2 and CN7 on the Main PWB.
9. Install new components as necessary:
• Fuser assembly, PL 10.28 Item 1.
• Power supply unit 2, PL 1.15 Item 4.
10. Perform the OF5 Main PWB Check RAP

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You will need a service technician to fix this

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C44 Abnormal fuser after abnormality judgment

1,2.3. Check the thermistors, IH control board, IH coil and LGC board
Check the above components following the procedure 1, 2 and 3 for [C41].

4. Clear the status counter
Change the current status counter value (08-400) “4” to “0” for [C43] and “5”, “7” or “9” to “0” for [C44], taking
the same procedure as that for [C41].
* The status counter value is as follows in the following cases. Change them to "0" respectively.
• The error occurred during warming-up: "4" or "5"
• The error occurred after the machine has become ready: "6"
• The temperature detected by the center thermistor is 230°C or higher: "9"
• The temperature detected by the side thermistor is 270°C or higher: "9"

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GE refridgerator fan speed changes constantly


I will try to answer your question . Your refrigerator had 3 thermistors in the refrig side , and 2 in the freezer side . These thermistors , send resistance messages to the main control board , mounted on the back of the refrigerator . If say #1 thermistor tell the board , I need to be colder , then the board will tell the damper ( small vent in the top of refrig section ) , to open . If the #2 thermistor tells the board , I need to be colder , then the board tells the fan to speed up , to get more air to the refrigerator section . #3 thermistor , works with the turbo cool switch , turning the fan to a high speed also . If the thermistors tell the board , we're all fine , then the fan will slow down , but still circulate to make/keep the freezer colder . If the freezer thermistors say , we're ok also , then the refrigerator will cycle off , until a thermistor asks to be cooler again . The fan works off D C voltage , in which fan speed is regulated (faster or slower) , by the thermistors "talking" to the control board .

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How do i know wether the thermistor is shorted / open, defective?


Hello clydex,

Yes you can use an ohmmeter, however you will need a hot air gun to. Let me explain: There are two types of Thermistors +Temperature coefficient and - Temperature coefficient.

The +temperature thermistor reacts this way: as the temperature goes up so does the resistance of the device this is used when dealing with degaussing coils as the current passes through the coil it heats up the thermistor until the thermistor cuts off the current needed to run the coil.

The -temperature thermistor reacts this way: as the temperature goes up the resistance decreases, this can be seen when dealing with circuits that are designed to short out when excessive current is present. The excessive current causes the thermistor to heat up and the the resistance drops causing the device to short out.

Here is how to do it.: connect the device to the ohmmeter and use the heat gun to heat the component up the value of resistance should rise or decrease.

I hope this helps,
Thank you,
Shuttle83

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How do i know wether the thermistor is shorted / open, defective?


Hello clydex, Yes you can use an ohmmeter, however you will need a hot air gun to. Let me explain: There are two types of Thermistors +Temperature coefficient and - Temperature coefficient. The +temperature thermistor reacts this way: as the temperature goes up so does the resistance of the device this is used when dealing with degaussing coils as the current passes through the coil it heats up the thermistor until the thermistor cuts off the current needed to run the coil. The -temperature thermistor reacts this way: as the temperature goes up the resistance decreases, this can be seen when dealing with circuits that are designed to short out when excessive current is present. The excessive current causes the thermistor to heat up and the the resistance drops causing the device to short out. Here is how to do it.: connect the device to the ohmmeter and use the heat gun to heat the component up the value of resistance should rise or decrease.

I hope this helps,
Thank you, Shuttle83

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