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Printer problen I have a Xerox WorkCentre XD125f printer that is showing the error as H4. What does that mean.

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  • Daryl Marples Feb 03, 2007

    Nothing at all seems to happen with this machine. It reads H the $ over and over and nothing else is possible. It won't alter reading or clear it just remains showing H the 4 over and over and NOTHING changes this. Suggestions please ? Thanks kindly M-101

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There is the complete procedure to reset this code:
http://www.support.xerox.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE/,/?St=393,E=0000000000178244991,K=3206,Sxi=3,Case=obj(23198)

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Low Fuser Temperature. Probably a blown heat lamp try reseting the H code Press CLEAR, EXPOSURE MODE, CLEAR, EXPOSURE MODE. The display should go blank. Then enter 14 with the copy count keys and press START. If the machine does not turn off and back on by itself - then turn it Off and back on. See if the H code comes back. Tim

Posted on Jan 29, 2007

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    Timothy Higgins Feb 03, 2007

    Funny...I found that info on the XEROX site tech notes.

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    Timothy Higgins Feb 04, 2007

    Question:
    I get an H code on the LCD panel, How can I fix this?

    Answer:
    1. Turn the power to the copier OFF.
    2. Make sure the copier is in a dedicated outlet and not a power strip or surge protector.
    3. Turn the power to the copier ON. (If code remains proceed to step #4).
    4. Turn the power to the copier OFF for 30-60 minutes to allow the copier a chance to cool. Open the copier up as if you are going to remove a paper jam and locate the Fuser Assembly. (See Figure #1)

    Figure 1

    5. Reseat the fuser lamp between the copper "L" shaped bracket, making sure the white tips of the fuser lamp are seated squarely and securely between the brackets. (See Figures #2a and 2b)

    Figure 2a

    Figure 2b

    6. Close the copier up. Turn the power to the copier ON. If the code remains, contact Xerox Support via E-mail for further assistance.

    Question:
    What if my copier displays an H code?

    Answer:
    Follow the instructions below.

    1. Turn off your copier.

    2. Make sure your copier is connected to a grounded wall outlet and not a power strip or surge protector. If the code remains proceed to step D.

    3. Turn on your copier.

    4. Open the copier as if you are going to remove a paper jam and locate the fuser assembly.


    5. Reseat the fuser lamp between the copper L shaped bracket, making sure the white tips of the fuser lamp are seated squarely and securely between the brackets.



    6. Close your copier and turn it on. If the code remains, order a Fuser Lamp Kit.
    http://www.xerox.com/xrx-search/MainSear...

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