Each time I turn on the FD40 the display reads Stacker Error press Enter to reset. I have tried Pressing Enter. I have also tried removing the Fold Plate and turning the stacker motor gear to move the stacker to the other end. Each time it is turned on it reads Stacker Error. Please Help.
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1. To reset the NVRAM (this holds the control panel settings), turn off the printer.
2. Press and hold the On Line (0) and Enter (4) buttons, and turn on the printer. Keep the On Line (0) and Enter (4) buttons depressed until the message "Initializing...Please Wait" appears on display (this takes about one minute).
3. Release the On Line (0) and Enter (4) buttons and wait for the front panel to display "Ready." This takes about 45 seconds.
4. Press the Menu Up (1) button until the Reset Menu is displayed.
5. Press the Item Up (2) button until Factory Defaults is displayed.
6. Press the Value Up (3) button to display the choices. To actually reset the factory defaults you would select "Yes."
Assuming you have an HP laserjet, you can either try again in a little bit or disable v.34 on your machine and use v.17 instead
Perform the following to turn V.34 off and access the lower speed of the local machine.
1. Press the ENTER/MENU button one time.
2. Press the or > button until the front display reads "Fax Setup".
3. Press the ENTER/MENU button.
4. Press the or > button until the front display reads "All Faxes".
5. Press the ENTER/MENU button.
6. Press the or > button until the front display reads "V.34".
7. Press the ENTER/MENU button.
8. Press the button until the front display reads "Off" and then press the ENTER/MENU button to save the setting.
Set the date and time: The current date and time are shown in the display when the machine is on and ready for use (Ready mode). The date and time will be printed on all faxes you send. 1. Press Menu. 2. Press Left Right Arrow to choose SET DATE & TIME and press Start/Enter. 3. Press Start/Enter when the display shows Date Format. 4. Press Left Right Arrow to select either Europe (day month year) or USA (month day year) and press Start/Enter. 5. Press Start/Enter when the display shows Date & Time. 6. Set the date and time. You can move the cursor by pressing Left Right Arrow. 7. Press Start/Enter when the date and time are correct. 1-AM 2-PM will display. 8. Press 1 or 2.
This error indicates that there is a scanner motor error. Try and remove the error by following these steps: Press MENU *,2,8,6,4. The machine beeps for approximately 1 second and will display "MAINTENANCE" on the screen, indicating that it is placed in the initial stage of the maintenance mode, a mode in which the machine is ready to accept entry from the keys. Now you are inside the simulation, Press 01 to reset the error status. After that press 99 to exit the simulation.
- Pressing the 9 key twice in the initial stage of the maintenance mode makes the machine exit from the maintenance mode, restoring it to the standby state. - Pressing the Stop button after entering only one digit restores the machine to the initial stage of the maintenance mode.
If the error comes back call Brother support, here are the contact details:
7777 North Brother Blvd. Bartlett, Tennessee 38133
Error E7-06 means Image data decode error. This appears due to Image expansion error. It has been caused due to MCU PWB abnormality or USB cable trouble Try using a different USB cable. If this doesn't help then try the reset procedure---
Sharp ram clear -- Press function 9 * 8 # 7 then # or * until display reads memory clear, then press start. Note the other maintenance mode options displayed on the screen when pressing # or *.
Machine error 76-78 are fuser errors. 95% of the time due to a sudden
power loss like during a thunderstorm. The machine turns off for a brief
second then back on. When this happens the machine likes to go read the
fuser's temperature without waiting for it to warm up. It reads a low
temperature and gives you the code. Most brothers service modes are
entered by pressing Menu,*,2,8,6,4. Has to be done in a certain time
frame so it might take a try or two. Once entered the machine will beep,
the lights on the display will flash and it will read MAINTENANCE. Next
enter 9,9 and the machine will reboot. That should fix the issue if not
and your mechanically inclined I would pull out the fuser and check for
continuity across the lamps and thermal fuses.
To get into maintainance menu: Power off (remove cord). Power on while pressing Menu/Enter Button. Keep button pressed until boot process is finished. Press 9 to get into maintainance 9 1 1 = print out configuration list 9 9 exit
If you find a way to reset the drum unit counter please post here.
In many cases the counter seems to shut off the machine although the drum unit is still fine.
Well, maybe they just want to sell new drum units.
By now this may be a mute point given the time differential ....however;.
if the machine is saying"please call service" do the following..
Press Prog,*,6 ..then press the right arrow key until "service call" appears in the lcd then press ENTER.
aAt this time the display will show the error...favorite was "heater error"
Press STOP to exit.
**If heater error is displayed,you will need a service man to replace the fusing unit in the machine.
H4 is a fuser error. It sometimes can be cleared out. But sometimes it is the fuser lamp or one of the heat sensors.
Try to clear the error in service mode by hitting. clear, auto(exposure), clear, auto. The display will go blank, enter 14 and hit start key, turn power off/on, if problem is gone then you overheated, if not then you need a tech. Good luck.