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NO POWER FUSE CHECKS OUT OK. PLUG CHECKS OUT OK, OUTLET CHECKS OUT OK. PRINTER WAS ON AND WORKING ON SATURDAY. STOPPED WORKING SOME TIME ON SUNDAY

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These printers are notorious for the power supply going out, I bet that is your problem.

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Solutions for : Printer Error Fuser Temp Message There are two configuration options available for this model; the Phaser 3100MFP/X and the Phaser 3100MFP/S. Fax features are only available on the Phaser 3100MFP/X. To determine the configuration of your machine, print a Configuration Page. See the Related Items below for additional information.
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  2. Make Sure the Machine is Plugged Into a Functional and Stable Power Outlet Test the power outlet that the machine is plugged in to by connecting another device to the outlet. Make sure the outlet is functional and stable. If possible, have the line tested by an electrician. If necessary, plug the machine into another power outlet.
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    If at any time it is necessary to cancel the procedure and start again with step 1, press the [Stop] button four times.
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    9. Press the pound [#] button.
    10. Press the [T] button on the keyboard. (Do not use the numeric keypad.)
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    14. Press the asterisk [*] button.
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    17. Press the zero [0] button. ("10100001" changes back to "00100001" at SOS1)
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    19. Press the [Stop] button.
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    6. Press the [OK] button.
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    11. Press the [OK] button.
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    17. Press the zero [0] button. ("10100001" changes back to "00100001" at SOS1)
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Its just the issue with the Power supply.

You can check

1. Try some other wall outlet

2. You will see that there is a power supply of black color, the plug from wall outlet is coming to that box and then from there its going to the printer, so check whether the wires are plugged in well in the power supply.

If everything is well then we can try power drain

1. unplug the plug from the wall outlet, unplug the power cable from the back of the printer and if you can unplug the cable from the power supply do that too

2. Unplug the USB cable from the back

3. leave it for 3 to 5 minutes and then try again.

If that also did not help then, try to get some power supply from your neighbor or friend make sure its of PSC 1200 series and try that.

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If no lights are showing when you try to power the printer, check the power connection in the back of the printer to ensure it is plugged in, check the plug into the adapter is connected and that the power cord's plug is connected to the wall outlet - if you have a power strip make sure it is turned on and the circuit breaker is not popped. Make sure that there is power to the outlet by plugging in something else to show it has power. If all of those check out ok and you have a meter, check for voltage at the power connector at the printer (pull the plug out of the printer and check voltage from inside the plug to outside the plug. It should be 18 vac.

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