I've got used AR651 recently. When I turned on machine first time after move on to my place sevice call sign has been poped up. It is C37. Would you please let me know what does that code mean? What should I replace?
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Re: Sharp AR651 C37 error
The C37 means a "transfer belt operation error". The transfer belt lift motor is faulty. More than likely the now bad motor has affected the board that drives it, so the logic board would need to be replaced at the same time.
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I am not 100% sure on this but I do know that most printers and scanners when straight out of the box sometimes have tape or some foam that they use to keep the bits that move around from moving. I would check your manual from end to end and if you dont find anything in it then I would contact tech support for Canon as it may be that this is a bug of some sort that they may already have a fix for.
Your machine is starved for yellow toner. Your yellow cartridge may have run out or its' countdown chip went to zero without the copier alerting you, sometimes this will happen on these models. Try replacing your yellow toner cartridge.
Check the scan head lock. It can easily be locked or unlocked. It is used to protect the moving parts inside the machine when it is moved/transported. Someone in our office was just making copies and ttapping their fingers on it and they locked it without even realizing it. it is under the top of the machine where the paper comes out. sometimes they are a slide or turn knob.
Try cleaning the guide bar, then lube it with oil also clean your sensor under your carriage(blow it out with a can of air. If the problem persist check your belt and make sure its tight. You can adjust it from the left rear of the machine behind the Main board.
It is a stapler rotation error. The stapling tray pressure arms become
dull at the tips, so when the stapler attempts to move into position to
make the staple it cannot move the guides out of the way.
First choice) Replace the (4) stapling tray pressure arms
(LSTPP0357FCZZ). After you replace them you'll see that the tips get
worn down, and wedge into place so that the black support plates cannot
move out of the way of the stapler. The black plates look warped, but
they aren't (I should say they always look like that).
They are fairly easy to get to. You do have to remove the finisher from
the copier. Remove the front and rear covers. Open the right door. Pull
the pins that retain the door. From there you'll see the arms. They can
be changed with a little maneuvering.
2nd Choice) Clip overtight wire ties to the stapler rotation home position sensor.
3rd Choice) Shake down the stapler to its bottommost position (wherever
it settles is fine). Adjust the flag that triggers the stapler home
position sensor. If I remember correctly its the narrow **** in the
Is the lamp moving when you turn the machine on?
It should move slightly when you first power on the machine.
If it doesn't, then look to see if there is a cable or belt broken by looking down under the glass.
The scan motor could have failed.
The lamp/mirror carriage may be hitting the side of the sensor assembly and not going into it.
If someone has cleaned mirrors recently, it is possible to get the screws in the wrong position and a longer screw is catching the carriage.
The detection of the lamp moving is the code.