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Service Fuser Error appears when the fuser does not warm to the required temperature. For this error on this Lexmark model T642, the manual states you should power off the printer and power it back on, which you did, and if it is not plugged into a wall power point, change it to a power point mounted directly on the wall. Personally, I never got a Lexmark printer to work doing this, but this is in the manual. If this won't help, and the printer is under warranty, you should log it in with the servicing company.
If the printer is out of warranty, your next option is to change the fuser which costs around $350, so I think you would be better off getting a new printer unless you find a second hand one on Ebay.
Switch off the printer and let the printer cool down. Then on the front of the printer open the release latchand lower the multipurpose feeder then open the top cover by releasing the latch. You will be able then to pull out the print catridge. Hope this helps.
Hi, The setting should be on the driver. Once you are ready to print a document just select print then printer options and you should see the option of two sided printing and select the long edge or short edge. If you want to know where in the printer menus is the option, then go to the printer menus then select Finishing Menu then Duplex and just select ON. that should activate the duplex option.
this error is a scanner lost lock error and can be caused by the scanner or the logic board. if this error comes up immediately on power up the scanner motor is not initializing by percentages of failure the scanner is approximately 85% the logic board 15% i would change the scanner
Check your paper configuration. Make sure Tray 1 is configured for Plain paper and is showing the right paper size. If it is configured for anything other than Plain Paper, most of your jobs will not print. Also, if the size says something like Univseral, then the printer is not touch that tray unless your print job also specifies Univeral as the size. If is does say Universal, check the paper guide in the tray and make sure it is pointing exactly at the paper size you are using
Sounds like there is something corrupt with the driver or the wrong driver is associated with the printer. Delete the printer from the computer, but leave attached. Download the newest driver directly from Lexmark and execute the download. The computer should then automatically re-install the printer.
please visit the link below to download the correct driver for your printer directly from Lexmark.