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Re: Error and no start
No you dont need to reset it, it may be that you forgot to install the sensor ribbon on the carring assembly, it senses where the carring sistem is in reference for printing. If you installed it it may be backwards and it is not sensing.
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that error happend because the last time the fixing assembly was rebuilt and or replaced the counter wasn't reset. what you need to do is go into service mode and clear the counter for the upper fixing roller and lower fixing roller.
to get into service mode you need to hit the additional functions key
the 2&8 at the same time
then the additional functions key again
this should get you in service mode even though there is an error code....if it doesn work the first time you try it shut the machine off and turn it back and try again. once into service mode
you need to hit the copier button....
then go across to the last tab .....counters...
click on it then click on drbl-1
then you will scroll down till you see
fx-up-rl click on it then hit the C button on the control panel where the numbers are and it should reset it back to 0
and then you need to click on
fx-lw-rl and do the same with it
fx-ex-rl and clear it as well
then you should be able to turn the machine on and off and it will come back to life
If the rebuilt motor is a twin of the original,use the original wire harness. Why would the motor have a harness on it?You usually keep everything,including your intake system and just get the long block.
try to reset by programming...here u just do ..p * c * (p star c star ) u will go in simulation mode .then press 14 ,start .mechine will ask you yes or no ? u just press 1 for yes .and press start ...your mechine will work..if same problem prsist try to check fusing unit...dont forget to thanks to me
The AGA Error on the 2280+ indicates the Automatic Gap adjust is not working.
This may be caused buy;
An obstruction (eg paper jam, ribbon etc) preventing the AGA from working correctly.
The AGA flag becoming detached from the printer or damaged
An incorrectly fitted print head
Fault AGA sensor.
You can overcome the AGA error by disabling the AGA and manually setting the print had gap.
To disable the AGA
Power the pritner on holding down ONLINE, keep ONLINE held down whilst the printer initializes.
When the printer displays ASCII80 ASCII136 release ONLINE Press NEXT until you see AGA
Select AGA and set this to OFF
You can then manually adjust the print head gap in the normal menu.
Menu>Adjust>Head change the value to increase or decrease the head gap as required.
The cord might likely the problem. The iDA-X100 will only recognize iPods if you use an original Alpine USB cord. Using any other cable won't work. I had this problem when my Alpine cable fell apart and stopped working. I thought any other cable would work, but that's not the case.
With the receiver OFF, remove the USB device then turn the power ON. If the same display is repeated, use another USB device. Remove the USB device without entering the remove mode. If this does not work, try resetting the receiver. Press the "reset" button just above the AUX INPUT. This will return the unit to factory default settings. If these steps fail and you still get the USB error, the receiver is faulty and needs service.
IF YOU DID NOT PRESS THE RESET BUTTON NEX TO THE USB PLUG, DO IT. IT WILL REINITIATE THE DEVICE TO THE FACTORY; YOU WILL HAVE TO ADJUST THE CLOCK. I DID BECAUSE IT WAS WORKING AT FIRST.( PAGE 3 OF THE MANUAL) CLAUDE