Re: Copier Sharp AR-405 Plugged in but doesn't go on
If you hear a click when the switch is turned, on if the toggle buttons flips back replace this part (you can get them at perecison roller phx az , if this does not fix the problem you may neet a new power supply but you usally get rotaiong stars on the display or a frozen panel note there is 250 v fuses on the power supply and i have seen thses blow
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You first would need to make sure the machine has the opional printer expansion board installed. Make sure you have ethernet connectors on the rear leftside of machine. If so you could possibly install a wireless bridge to the machine if your network supports it. Some networks such has Verizon blocks them. A bridge is about a $100 dollars and they walk you though the install just follow the directions.
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
Some part/ unit (developer, drum, imaging unit, fuser) or something else is
not installed properly or is not plugged into the machine. Check all
assemblies that can be removed from the copier, and make sure they are
installed and plugged in properly.
The 'ch' code will automatically
reset when the fault is found.
I am sure that I don't have to say check the power switch, so you probably have a bad power supply, either not enough voltage, or maybe there was a strong enough surge to knock it out. Needless to say, if it's under warranty, you should get it serviced. If not, it'll probably be too costly, and would warrant a new machine.