Question about Xerox Phaser 6360 Laser Printer
Are you sure it is not a NVRAM error you are recieving?
If yes, remove the IMAGING UNIT.
Close the door and Power On.
Msg gone? If yes, replace IMAGING UNIT.
If no, remove the FUSER unit.
Close the door and Power On,
Msg gone? If yes, replace FUSER.
If not, it is the ENGINE BOARD.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yeah I had a look at the website there too, try powering down again and plugging it out for a longer period of time. You need to get the whole machine to reset and loose all saved info in the bios. Also cleaning it out of all loose toner on any contacts might help!
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
I have had to repair a few of these. Take off the sides and back of the 6360. You'll see the hoses that feed into the laser. The black one becomes unplugged from the laser. All you have to do is plug it back in. The next step can be kinda messy. Take out the black toner cartridge, and spin the motor backwards. You'll know you're going the right way because it won't turn the other way. Cycle the gear where the toner sits for about 2 revolutions. Reassemble and you should be good to go!
This thing took me 6 days to figure out the first time. Haha!
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Posted on Oct 26, 2009
there is a stainless steel print head block on the lower back portion of the frame that gets contaminated with spill over ink from the catch tray. That causes the print head not to move properly.
The wiper blade may also be tacked to the print head.
That code means the print head is not moving into the print position properly.
That stainless steel block is about 1 inch square.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
That's a ink loader error, due to the 8200 ink stick; to fix it:
- Power down the printer.
- Hold the back button and the info button at the same time, without letting go, power up the printer.
- Keep holding down the buttons until the XEROX logo comes fully to the center of the screen, keep holding for 2 more seconds, then let go. I'll take about a minute or two for the Diagnostic screen to come up, the display will turn blank and black.
- When the Diagnostic screen comes up go to down to the Function or Exercise option, there will be an option that says "clear ISC faults" it'll ask you to press OK to confirm, after you do then you will exit Diagnostics and the printer will reboot.
It should be fine until it happens again. Until all the 8200 ink is gone you will probably be doing this a few more times. Also make sure the 8200 ink is not jammed inside the ink loader, if it is then you have to un-jam it some how.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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You are going to need service. It is memory on the main board that is giving you the error. Unfortunately it probably won't be cheap. Either the RAM or the motherboard has gone bad, but there is no way to tell until you have it checked. I have seen several people try this and then try that for weeks, then finally have to break down and get it serviced. Save your self the headache and have a trained professional solve your problem.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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