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It is in auto reboot mode when a failure occurs. You need to take note of the SC Code that appears before it reboots. That will tell you what is malfunctioning. If it boots up with that - as in immediately - unplug the machine, remove the hard drive, plug in and reboot. Does it still occur? Yes? You need a service tech to check it out. No? Replace the HDD.
any c400 series errors involves the hot section either it didnt heat up or it heated to fast there is a small temperature window it has to maintain and there are 3-4 safety thermofuses to protect you and your equipt. Start from a cold machine let it "warm-up" when it gives you that code (or any C400something code) open the copier and feel the red or hot section it should have a knob on it for jam removal. it's actually one of the top places a jam will occur. I know the code to reset it but I don't want you to burn the office down. The thermofuse portion cant be overwrdden but if its false and heats up normally after reset then that is the call of the tech.
Convince Fix-Ya that a 120dollar service call shouldn't be made and I'll be more than happy to share one of Toshiba's trade secrets. ~~~hope this helps a little SC
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)
Try unplugging it for 10 minutes. While unplugged, press and hold the start and stop but for 10 seconds. Double check for any paper jams. Just the smallest piece can jam it up. There should be a list of error codes for anything wrong. List paper jam would have an error code, change toner, change or clean ink, ect. Is this the only message you get? If that's so, try the steps I mentioned above so the machine resets itself. It the problem still occurs, let me know I will gladly help you to correct this problem.
C0500 is a fuser warm up failure code. The procedure to reset is simple. First look at the right side edge of your control panel. This is where the meter count is and the "slide" that controls how dark/bright your display screen is. Now just to the left or front side of where the slide is you will see a small hole in the panel. You need a small paper clip or a tooth pick to insert into the hole. Next with the machine turned on and showing the code, insert something into the hole until the screen goes blank and begins to restart. You should see something that resembles the copier sitting on top of the globe. Keep watching the screen and at the far left side of the screen there will appear a small dot. As soon as the dot appears press the 3 key. You should now see a screen with several boxes. At the lower left is "Trouble Reset" - Press this box to reset the code. Do this reset procedure ONLY 1 time for every 10 minutes. If the code comes back you can try again in 10 miutes. If the fuser is heating and the machine just can not "see" it then you can do further damage to the machine if you try to reset several times very quickly. If the machine warms up and makes copies you are all set. If the code comes back you have a failure in the fusing unit and will need it repaired. This procedure works on the Di250 Di250F Di251 Di251F Di350 Di350F Di351 Di351F. Please provide positive feedback if I was helpful. Good Luck and Thank You for using Fixya.
E002/E000/E003/E261/E733 Error code: Due to AC line noise Error Code
E002/E000/E003/E261/E733: due to AC line noise.
E002/E000/E003/E261/E733 occur due to AC line noise. If the above error codes are frequently recorded in the error log, they might concern AC line noise.
When the machine tries to detect a Zero-cross signal of AC line, it will fail if a noise occurred around the zero-cross point. Since the fixing temperature is controlled based on the zero-cross signal, there is a possibility that the fixing temperature could not rise properly if a noise occurs several times.
Replace the Switching Regulator PCB ***'y with a new one. 120V: FH3-2613 220V/240V: FH3-2614 The circuit has been modified to resist a noise.
Caution Press (* then 2 and 8 together then *)you are in service mode monitor:To clear the error, execute the following in service mode: COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR.
Write the model of your machine. If this Canon, that this cross point fault of the fastening, lamp of the heating faulty if this Minolta, does not come to motion main engine, write your model. In any event, I am run away that fault under code E0000 deal of the skilled personnel of the service service, and requires change device, do not lose time. Good luck.
Your problem is heat related, or the lack of heating at least. one of 2 things went wrong here... either the fuser unit overheated causing the thermal fuse (aka the thermostat) to blow, or the heating lamp in the fuser unit is blown. Basically the 6000 code is displayed when your machine fails to reach the correct temparature at a specific time. Unfortunately you will have to call a service person to check which to of the mentioned components are at fault and to replace that component for you. After replacing, the component the code will still be displayed as a safety measure, so the service representative will need to clear the code via the machine's service mode
C3451 Heat. Heater Trouble • The Heating Roller Thermistor/1 (TH1) and the
Heating Roller Thermistor/2 (TH3) fails to raise a
given degree of temperature even after the lapse
of a given period of time after the Heating Roller
Heater lamp/1 (H1) is turned ON.
• The detected temperature of the Heating Roller
Thermistor/1 (TH1) is lower for a given level of
degree than one of the Fusing Pressure Roller
Thermistor/1 (TH2) after the Front Door is opened
or closed, the Main Power Switch is turned ON or
TROUBLE RESET is implemented.
• The counter value of zero cross signal input is not
updated for a given period of time.
Functions • If the all troubles occur and the status would not be cleared by turning Main Power
Switch OFF and ON again, or opening and closing the front door, clear the status of
Use • To be used when the status would not be cleared by turning Main Power Switch OFF
and ON again, or opening and closing the front door in case of a trouble.
1. Turn OFF the Main Power Switch.
2. Turn Main Power Switch ON while pressing the Utility/Counter key.
3. Touch [Trouble Reset].
4. Check to make sure that [OK] is displayed and the it has been reset.
5. After turning off the Main Power Switch, turn it on again more than 10 seconds after
and check if the machine starts correctly.