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Re: minolta ep 2151 D has C-5 error code
If you look at the fuser heatting lamp and it looks like a cande cane it is blow. You will have to replace the lamp to reset the code. You may also need to change the thermal fuse and or the thirmister as well. They all deal with a c5 error code. If I remember correctly there is a trouble reset botton on the back of the copier, it is on the main controler of the copier it is a small "Black" botton. You will have to take the back covers off to get to it. I believe a c8 has to do with the scanner power cable getting stuck. It has been about ten years since I worked on one. Good Luck
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Open the front door, with power on. upper left small access cover remove and press trouble reset switch if the code comes back DO NOT RESET means a problem with the fuser (The hot Part) it can catch on fire that will ruin a perfectly good day. Have a tech come out look at it. He need to be old school that is a legacy Minolta machine, Now KonicaMinolta. For parts try this site.
Sir/Mam the bright light under the big glass is the problem it is not coming on or is having problems. See about replacing the lamp or the circuit board associated with that lamp. To reset open front door to your left is a small access cover remove and with machine on press the trouble reset switch. If the code comes back get a new lamp and or board
sir/mam Reset button is located behind the copier remove the rear upper cover you see a circuit board with machine on depress the small black button on the board. If the code comes back then the fusing unit the hot part is broke could be thermistor, heat fuse, heat lamp or the board that controls it. Have a tech look at it. DO not continue to reset or a fire can occur that would ruin a perfectly good day :) Code is for the FUSER!!!! (HOT PART)
Code C-0510 means a low fuser temperature. Most probable cause for that - the fuser lamp is probably defective. Try first to clear the error code (if the lamp is close to its life's end the code may pop up after a long print) so do this: power machine off; turn on the machine with the stop key held down; turn off, then on again. If this doesn't fix it then you need a new fuser
Code C-0510 means a low fuser temperature. Most probable cause for that - the fuser lamp is probably defective. Try first to clear the error code (if the lamp is close to its life's end the code may pop up after a long print) so do this: power machine off; turn on the machine with the stop key held down; turn off, then on again. If this doesn't fix it then you need a new fuser.
This is a C05 error code. This means you have a fuser error. The fuser is the section that gets hot right where the paper exits the machine. Most common failure in the fuser unit is the thermal fuse. The repair requires removal and some dis-assembly of the fuser unit to replace the fuse. Also have to use a special reset procedure to clear the C05 code from the machine after repairs are made. Do you have access to a local repair shop that can repair this for you?
If fuser rollers are getting hot - you either lack pressure between upper and lower rollers Restart; remove/dump old developer - instal correct compatible starter reinstal imaging unit remove toner ctg. key in stop 0 stop 1 tec rep run F-8 mode runs apx. 2 min. exit svc mode If whats not fusing is gritty(starter) - other issues
Hello, the C5 code will only show up after the C7 code -- Fuser temp. to low. First put a meter on the Thermal fuse and the Thermistor and see if it is blown. The fuse and thermistor are under the black ( usually) fuser cover which runs the lenght of the fuser. If the fuse and /or thermistor are blown, replace. The lamp will not come on if the fuse or thermistor are blown. If the fuse and thermistor are good then take the end cap off of the fuser ( usually 1 screw) and disconnect the brass (usually) from the lamp. Check the lamp ( continuity), is the lamp okay. If not replace the lamp. If all of these are good then check the Solid state relay unit ( usually in the lower right hand side looking at the back of the machine with cover off). If the relay is good then you have to replace the PWB-A, the main board.