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SHARP AR 5127 error f9-88 call for service - Sharp AR-5316 Advanced Digital Imager Copier

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SOURCE: error messsage cal for service E1-88 from sharp AR-5127

Unplug the Machine, remove the board you installed, re-seat the board,
make sure everything is connected, turn machine back on..

This is what the Manual says:
IMC PWB communication trouble (Timeout)
Check the connectors of the IMC PWB
and MCU PWB.
Check the grounding of the copier.

If you need further help let me know..

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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SOURCE: AR-5127 Counter Reset

Try these steps

1.Press continously #key then Interrupt key then CA key then # key


2.If the display turns off it means that you are inside the simulation but if not do again step 1.


3.Press 81 then press enter then press 1 then enter


Hope that this will help to reset .

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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SOURCE: ERROR CODE U2-40: SHARP AR 5127

ERROR CODE U2-4 COULD BE RELATED TO THE MEMORY BATTERY BEING DEAD ON TEH MAIN BOSRD IF IT IS AN OLD MACHINE SO YOU COULD CHECK THSI OR REPLACE AND TRY WITH NEW

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: U2-40 error on Sharp AR 5127 copier

try this pres the ff: # >interrupt> C >Interrupt
input 16 then follow instruction

this is related when you install not original toner or not compatible one

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SOURCE: Solution for SHARP AR 5127 error U2-40 call for service

This means that the cartridge's sensor is miscommunicating with the copier memory thus the code U2 -40. You should clean the inner sensor connector and the toner sensor of the spilled toner by low blower. Perform this code ;# , interrupt , C, Interrupt keys in that order and press 16 then Print key and the code will be cleared.

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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Solution for SHARP AR 5127 error U2-40 call for service


This means that the cartridge's sensor is miscommunicating with the copier memory thus the code U2 -40. You should clean the inner sensor connector and the toner sensor of the spilled toner by low blower. Perform this code ;# , interrupt , C, Interrupt keys in that order and press 16 then Print key and the code will be cleared.

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ERROR CODE U2-4 COULD BE RELATED TO THE MEMORY BATTERY BEING DEAD ON TEH MAIN BOSRD IF IT IS AN OLD MACHINE SO YOU COULD CHECK THSI OR REPLACE AND TRY WITH NEW

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Sharp AR-5127, the error code U2-40


U2-40 is a board error, F1-15 is finisher lift motor error.

To reset: #, interrupt, clear, interrupt. (screen should say service mode), enter 16, print, are you sure? , yes.

For the finisher error, follow above procudure, entering 14 instead of 16. if error returns, disconnect the finisher

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Error messsage cal for service E1-88 from sharp AR-5127


Unplug the Machine, remove the board you installed, re-seat the board,
make sure everything is connected, turn machine back on..

This is what the Manual says:
IMC PWB communication trouble (Timeout)
Check the connectors of the IMC PWB
and MCU PWB.
Check the grounding of the copier.

If you need further help let me know..

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Error code 4H on sharp ar 5316


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