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Your lamp is not turning off, could be the SSR, could be control board. Replace the lamp, thermistor and the SSR, but monitor fuser operation, make sure the lamp turns off.
If you have a digital thermometer, check the temp when the lamp finally turns off. If it is in Spec. then run a few copies this should cool the rollers and cause the lamp to relight.
If the lamp reached optimal temp but does not turn off, then the control board could be your issue.
920.08—POST (power on self test) error service check (Sub Code .08 (Exit sensor not connected.)) Check the Exit Sensor for Damage or dust. Check DC auto-connects on both the fuser and the printer for damage. If connector is damaged on fuser, replace fuser. If the cable connectors is damaged, replace the JFUSER1 cable. Check resistance of the fuser, lamp, thermofuse, thermistor Most Cases you will need to replace the Fuser.
take out the fuser (this is where the paper exits and gets hot) the tow long big rollers, the lamp may have blown or the thermofuse (keeps the copier from over heating and going to meltdown) may be bad.
The newer ones (not sure about this model ) have a ceramic instead of a heat lamp and also a thin brown film instead of rollers.
if it has a film make sure it is not torn or displaced.
your fuser unit is not working .open and see your thermofuse, thermistor or your heater lamp is out. if there is dirty between your thermostart & your fuser roller, clean . check for continiuty on your thermofuse & fuser lamp. thanks