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H4 PROBLEMS I AM HAVING H4 PROBLEM WIT MY AR-M 160. HOW CAN I FIX THE PROBLEM

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It's the fusing unit not heating up. It should be check to see if the thermistor needs to be replaced or the lamp.

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Sharp AR-235 shows error H4-00, would like to know how to fix without costing me.


Noy likely you can fix this without replacing the fuser lamp H4 means the fuser lamp is not getting to temp. It cold be a fuse on the fuser unit,too. Checking with an ohm meter is only way to know which,

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Sharp a163 photocopier ero u2 40 and h4


U2 40 is a CRUM comunication error with the toner (wrong toner chip on toner cartridge or wrong toner cartridge) try a new toner.
H4 is a fuser trouble code. Check to make sure all conection are right, Theres a few posible problems for H4, power board, MCU board, thermistor, or broken heat lamp.

Aug 30, 2010 | Sharp AR-160 Copier

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Hi, My photocopier Sharp AR 160 has a message stating HR and will not work?? What do i do?? Regards, Tabitha


we dont have HR code in sharp,see carefully all the codes with(H4) can be removed by code 14

May 04, 2010 | Sharp AR-160 Copier

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Display panel h4 code any clues?


This error is displayed when the Fixing heater has not reached normal operating temperature after a specified time.
It is usually a blown heater element.

You will need a technician to repair this.

May 01, 2010 | Sharp AR-235 Copier

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H4 READING


H4 flashing mean fuser unite fault.Fix it # interrupt C interrupt 14 press start key machine on/ off.If it are not fix change thermostat or Heater lamp.

Dec 14, 2009 | Sharp AR-5320 Black and White Copier

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I have a sharp copier, model AR-285, H4-01


H4 error pertains to lamp errors.

that would either be the copy lamp or the heater lamp.

check both lamps.

with heater lamps,it's usually caused by either a broken heater lamp or a dirty thermostat on the heater roller assembly.

Jun 09, 2009 | Sharp Printers & Copiers

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 have a Sharp AL1540CS MFM. It has been displaying the H4 code for a while. Clearing it would work for a time. Removed the fuser assy., and cleaned the temp sensor. It had a wad of toner stuck to it. Cleared the code again, so far so good. 

May 28, 2009 | Sharp AR-5316 Advanced Digital Imager...

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H4 flashing


to access the service mode.
enter the folowning keys .PROGRAM .ITEREPT .CLEAR INTERPT MUST BE IN SEQUENCE
THAT ENTER NUMBER 14 THAT START BOTTON
HOPE THAT HELP

Nov 14, 2008 | Sharp AR-M205 Copier

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Error Call for Service H4-00


# - intrrup key - clear - interrup key 14 print
this all

check fuser lamp, thermost



just

Aug 18, 2008 | Sharp AR-M207 All-In-One Laser Printer

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SHARP AR C250 Digital Color COPIER HAS SERVICE CODE H4 00


Press P-interrupt-C-interrupt and enter test command 14 and Execute to clear your error. Let your machine reboot. If it comes back you have a problem with your fuser. Most likely it's dirt or toner caked on your tempature sensors and they need to be scraped off.

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