Sharp AR-336 copier was moved, now it will not power on
We moved the copier from one office and then back to the original office. The copier is plugged into a active outlet, but nothing happens when the power switch is pushed.
Is there something internal that needs to be done?
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remove the fuser unit and clean the thremister, but 1st turn machine off, upon reinstall of fuser enter service mode p*c* and choose 014 to reset the code, if that doesn't work you may need a new fuser
Detail: The fusing temperature exceeds 242°C. (An input voltage of 0.27V or above is detected.)
Cause: thermistor trouble Control PWB trouble Fusing section connector disconnection AC power trouble
Check and remedy: Use DIAG (SIM5-2) to check the heater lamp Blinking operation. If the heater lamp blinks normally: Check the thermistor and its harness. Check the thermistor input circuit in the control PWB. If the heater lamp keep lighting: Check the AC PWB and the lamp control circuit in the control PWB. Use DIAG (SIM14) to cancel the trouble
F1-00 is a communication error between the copier and the finisher. It could be a loose connection (wire that connects finisher to copier) or it could be worse like a failed board. It could be the finisher board or the PCU board on the copier. Make sure the finisher cord is firmly connected to the copier. Make sure the copier is not plugged into the same wall outlet as another piece of equipment that might be drawing excessive power. do not plug into a cheap surge protector with other items. If problem persists call a tech. Hope this helps
If you have a finisher on that unit ,that code is upper limit switch problem. Check to make sure your upper tray is in the right position. Otherwise your either your tab is broken or your led is popped.
Hello, this is a sorter bin home sensor fault. First shut down machine and disconnect all power. You will need to remove the front and rear covers of the sorter, then you will have to manually turn the spindles/ cams as to more the actuator off of the home switch. Once you have released the home switch/ sensor, give a little extra space -- apply the power and watch. The cams should move the bins to switch/ sensor and reposition. Once you have made sure that it is working, shut down the power and disconnect power. Install covers back onto sorter and apply the power. If, when the power is applied before you installed cover, if the cams keep driving and do not stop and code comes back, that bin home switch will need to be replaced.