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this error is due to the fuser so to take of this issue you can remove the fuser and put it back but to be on a safer side i would suggest you to contact the customer care of xerox they will guide you accordingly and in case if the printer is under warrantty and the issue is a bad fuser they will be able to replace it
First and most simple. Plug something else into the outlet to make sure it works. If this model has a removable power cord then try re-inserting the cord. While you are there and with the cord installed, lift up then push down slightly and see if it comes on. If the power cord is removable the receptacle where it plugs in are notorious for breaking the solder connections. If this is the case it just needs to be re-soldered. If the outlet is ok, the cord is ok or hard wired in then you may have either a blown main fuse or a bad power supply.
Turn off the copier first. Look under the copier, there by where the copies come out, look just above that portion of the machine. There will be a green sliding latch; one side has a picture of a pad lock for lock, the other side has a un-lock position, slide the latch to the unlock position. Turn on the copier, and the machine should work. That latch is for transporting the copier when being moved. It will hold the scanner in place so it does not move around.