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Adc slope error Samsung CLX 6200

My printer is saying ADC slope error power cycle. What do I do?

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You need to change the fuser unit.

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this would be a problem with the fuser unit. the analog to digital converter, ADC, is malfunctioning or there is a problem with the heat being put out by the fuser itself. if cycling the power doesn't clear the problem you will more than likely have to replace the fuser unit.

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SOURCE: There is an "ADC

Hi,
Welcome to Fixya. ADC Slope Error Cycle Power means that The temperature slope for ADC (Analog to DigitalConverter) detects the value out of the normal range. This is a Service Call Error of CLP-610ND
Solution: This problem can be fixed by just Power Cycle. However, if the problem persists, contact the service representatives.
You can also refer to the user manual below.
Samsung CLP-610ND User Manual

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