Question about IBM Infoprint 40 Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sure.. the 654 is an MCU communication error, so the MCU card is
probably bad (it's located near the front left side of the printer,
under the operator panel). If the MCU is good, the controller card is
the 2nd most likely suspect.
The least expensive way to fix the problem would be to purchase a used
Infoprint 21 with a bad fuser (one that is posting a 454 error), and
put your good fuser in that IP 21. Then make sure that the controller
card in your IP 21 is good by swapping it in the operational printer,
and sell the good controller card -- you might come out a few dollars
ahead in the end.
Posted on May 14, 2009
Okay, I need some additional information from you and I have a couple of suggestions for you.
First, is your printer plugged directly into a wall receptacle? If not, plug the printer cord into one.
A couple of other things could be going on. The fuser that was used may not be the correct fuser. This can cause the fuser sensor to report an error based on the wrong heat lamp inside the fuser.
The system board (motherboard) may be reporting the error incorrectly/ In which case the motherboard should be replaced.
The fuser sensor may be defective.
If the repair was completed by an IBM Certified technician, then there is a warranty period associated with the repair. Call your local IBM Office and ask for a service manager and issue a complaint on the repair activity.
IBM may in turn refer you to a TSS manager or choose to handle the complaint on its own. When I was a field tech for IBM, the goal was first time final, so I imagine that they will be very concern that the tech has been there twice and yet the failure is the same.
Good luck Don
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
The error is Fuser cam position not found. Have you tried reseating the fuser? Does the fuser make any loud sounds? Based on the error message, it could either be the fuser, or the system board.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
There is a heater control problem in the fuser.
The fuser is the assembly of heated rollers in the rear of the device.
The most likely cause is either a blown heater element, or perhaps a faulty temperature sensor.
Usually we fit an exchange fuser assemblt to fix this.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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