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Error code on a ar-m700n L4-03

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L4-03 is a lock of the fusing motor. It's likely you need to have the fuser rebuilt. You can try resetting the error by turning off the main power switch (located behind the front door under a little plastic cover) and back on. It's likely the error will come back. There's a cleaning screen on the lower fuser roller which gets gummed up with toner and sticks to the lower fuser roller causing it to seize and the motor not to be able to turn causing the L4-03.

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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l4 if sub code is 01 .check sub code by pressing start key .that is for main drive motor and gears .just check all main drive properly mian jee

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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That code means you have a drum drive motor failure. The drum is the long, cylindrical green-blue tube you'll see when you open the left-side door.

Chances are some paper jammed up inside the drum process unit (that black frame that holds the drum) and it's keeping the drum from turning. Check the drum/process unit and make sure they are clear of any material that could cause a jam.

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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SOURCE: AR M700N copier jams... trouble code H5-01

h5-01 error is five consecutive jams in the fusingg section. P*C* gets you into dervice mode thenn 14 for trouble reset. then execute and restart. check the fuser pawls for dull edges and breaks. also check roller tensioning system on fuser.

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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Main motor is being locked because of drive overload, check the drive system and make sure it is smooth especially the duplex area.

Posted on Nov 24, 2009

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F2-31 = Process Control Error.

This is usually just a dirty Image Density Sensor.

If you are able to remove the drum unit check that the Image Density Sensor is not dirty or blocked.

The IDS is number '7' in this image:

fmtx.jpg The error should reset just by switching the machine off/on. The machine will attempt a 'process control' Provided the sensor is OK the machine should work. If there is a large amount of toner dust around the drum and in the machine it would be worth vacuuming this out. Check also that you are using the correct toner.

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it sounds to me like you have some severe fuser thermistor and thermal fuse problems ...i would look into getting an entire fuser assembly sharp part number DUNTW7305DS** last digits depend on your location and power supply

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