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Printer error meaning

After being turned on, my printer starts a "cleaning" procedure (which takes about 1 minute to complete), at the end of which it displays: Printer Error Press ?: 07,010.43:1022 For the latest information, go to www.xerox.com/office or contact your local service provider. I have no idea what this error code means, nor where to look it up. Help And thanks...

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  • Ishay Perez Dec 05, 2006

    Thanks Tomj23
    I managed to get my printer out of the problem: I turned the printer on and waited until it reported the error or reached a ready state; then I turned it off.
    I repeated the above procedure twice in a row, and on the 3rd time it printed the opening page successfully. It's been now an entire day without problems.
    My guess is that some ink dried between two parts and those got stuck together; turning the printer on and off reheated the internal parts causing the ink to melt, and consequently releasing the parts.
    Just a wild guess...
    In any case, I wanted to thank you for your response !
    Ishay

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I found a couple of references to the error ?07,010.43?, it?s a generic message with lots of possible causes. Xerox?s official web site says to turn your printer off a contact their technical support. I did find one reference that said for them it turned out to be a wiper assembly stuck between the print head and the roller. I?ve never owned a Xerox printer (I?m an HP guy) so I can?t help you beyond that. Xerox?s support site for the phaser series is here: http://www.office.xerox.com/color-printers/phaser-8500-8550/sprt-enus.html

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Procedure 1

  1. Turn off the printer and ensure that the print head is at its home location and locked in place as normal;
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