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Copier is showing warming up but will not start

Copier is showing "warming up" but will not start. I cannot copy or fax anything. I can print from the computer and receive incoming faxes but I cannot fax out. When I hit the energy saver button up in the left handside where normally it will show copy of fax it is just showing warming.

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  • Anonymous Sep 24, 2008

    My Workio DP-150 is in constant warming mode. The fuser is hot, very hot, to the touch. It does not send or receive faxes. When you attempt to copy, it just beeps. No amount of resetting will take it to ready. Any suggestions??? Thanks. Gary

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The fuser unit has ceased to heat...it has a bad heater. the fuser is a hollow metal roller that usually has a powerful light inside to heat the metal. a continuity test can detect

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