Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Posted by Anonymous on
This is an easy one.
The original fuser supplied with the printer DOES NOT have a counter chip. Instead, the PRINTER assumes that when the number of pages printed reaches the level at which the fuser needs to be replaced, the printer issued the REPLACE FUSER message.
If you replace the fuser with another that has come OUT OF a new printer (i.e. a 'PULL' from a new unused printer), since it has no counter chip of it's own, the printer assumes the fuser pagecount is the same as the printer pagecount (because there is no information to read from a fuser chip), and still wants the fuser to be replaced.
A new REPLACEMENT fuser from XEROX, or a CORRECTLY refurbished fuser WILL have a counter chip, and therefore clear the REPLACE FUSER message.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Xerox Phaser 6100 Fuser Error
Reset Fuser Life
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
SOURCE: Replace Fuser Reset
For the MFC 8860, I turned off the printer. I help down menu. I turned on the computer. It entered Maintenance mode. I typed in 88 (Parts Replacement.) I scrolled to the fuser, clicked ok. Then, I turned off the printer. When I turned the printer on, it said that I needed to replace my laser. I then turned the printer off, help down menu, turned the printer on, typed in 88 at the maintenance menu (parts replacement), scrolled down to laser, and hit ok. I then turned the printer on and off, and poof, now it works. I find it quite unscrupulous that I had a replace PF Kit1, replace Fuser, and replace laser messages all within one hour...
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Its related to the LASER UNIT! When I had the problem I had the front cover off so it wasnt hitting the laser interlock switch which is located in the slot in the sheet metal on the front of the machine when the front cover is not shut........... If that makes any sense.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
you'll find the service manual for sure here!!
hope this helps...
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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