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How to reset fuser dell 2155

I replaced fuser user unit, then "Replace Fuser Unit" displays continiousy. What is the solution to remove this message?

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SOURCE: 010 397 Error Message on Dell 5100cn

The following steps are the troubleshooting steps that should be followed for error code 010 397.
First, the definition of the failure is <IOT Fuser Failure>, and means a Fuser Error is detected.

1) With power off, reseat the fuser by physically removing it from the printer, then reinstalling it and locking it in place. Turn the power back on. ( if the error is still present, proceed to step 2 ).

2) If reseating the fuser did not resolve the problem, Replace the fuser with a known good fuser.
( if problem is not resolved, proceed to step 3)

3) Replace the LVPS ( low voltage power supply ). ( if problem not resolved, proceed to step 4 ).

4) Replace the PWBA MCU ( printed wiring board assembly - machine control unit ).

END of troubleshooting.........

In most cases, the fuser itself is the problem. If you tried to reseat or replace the fuser while power was still on, the LVPS could have been damaged just as if there were an electrical storm.

Hopefully this helped.

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Open Heat Error

the thermal switch on the fuser are damaged. my problem is that I don't know the temperature of activation to this. And do not buy a replacement under this conditions. somebody help me.

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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SOURCE: ERROR CODE 010-387 RESEAT FUSER

I had the same exact issue with my 5110cn printer. It turned out that the 5100 fuser is wrong for this printer and will not work. The 5110 has a circuit board on the inside and the 5100 fuser does not. Dell item number KX491 with a BCN # of 652423 works perfectly.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Dell 1600N fuser replacement

1. Power Printer off and disconnect power cord.
2. Remove back cover.
3. Remove rightside cover
3. Disconnect the thermistor cable from the controller card. (rightside)
4. Disconnect the power cable from the power board. (bottom back of the printer)
5. Remove the 4 screws securing the Fuser assembly to the chassis.
6. Pull fuser out towards you.
7. Reverse the previous steps to replace the fuser.

Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: How to Replace Dell Fuser?

How do you reset fuser on a dell 5110? replaced fuser but still tells me to replace

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Error code e1 showing at xerox pro 420? solution..


rror codes If the printer's front panel displays a message Error XX, find the error code in this table and follow the instructions for resolving the problem. If problems persist, check the Xerox web site www2.tek.com/TekSMART/ or contact service.
Error User Corrective Action Error 01
  • Remove and re-install the black Toner Cartridge, then turn the printer off and on.
  • Replace the black Toner Cartridge, then turn the printer off and on.
Error 02
  • Remove and re-install the cyan Toner Cartridge, then turn the printer off and on.
  • Replace the cyan Toner Cartridge, then turn the printer off and on.
Error 03
  • Remove and re-install the magenta Toner Cartridge, then turn the printer off and on.
  • Replace the magenta Toner Cartridge, then turn the printer off and on.
Error 04
  • Remove and re-install the yellow Toner Cartridge, then turn the printer off and on.
  • Replace the yellow Toner Cartridge, then turn the printer off and on.
Error 05, 10, 11,12, and 13
  • Turn the printer power off, then on.
Error 20
  • Remove and re-install the Imaging Unit (make sure that Imaging Unit is locked in place). Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Remove and re-install the Main Charge Grid. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Remove and re-install the Transfer Kit. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Remove and re-install each of the Toner Cartridges. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Main Charge Grid. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Imaging Unit (make sure that Imaging Unit is locked in place). Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Transfer Kit. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Toner Cartridges. Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 21, 22, 30,and 32
  • Remove and re-install the Imaging Unit (make sure that Imaging Unit is locked in place). Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Imaging Unit (make sure that Imaging Unit is locked in place). Turn the printer off, then on.
  • If a problem persists for Error 30, clean the sensor. See Cleaning Phaser 750 Printers.
Error 33
  • Check for jammed paper throughout the paper path (especially in paper feeder).
  • Remove and re-install the paper feeder and Transfer Kit. Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 40, 41, 42,and 43
  • Check for jammed paper in the Fuser. Re-install the Fuser. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Make sure that you have the correct Fuser for your local printer power supply:
    110-Volt Fuser Part Number 016-1839-00
    220-Volt Fuser Part Number 016-1840-00
  • Replace the Fuser. Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 50, 51
  • Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 52
  • Remove the Duplex Unit (if installed).
  • Check for paper under the Upper Tray.
  • Turn power off, then on.
Error 53
  • Open left door and remove any jammed media.
  • Tun the printer off, then on.
Error 60
  • Remove the media from the Multi-Purpose Tray. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Reinstall the media. Make sure you do not overfill the tray.
Error 61
  • Remove and re-install each Toner Cartridge. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace each Toner Cartridge. Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 62
  • Check for jammed paper throughout the paper path (especially in the paper feeder and Fuser).
  • Remove and re-install the Fuser. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Slide out and re-insert the paper feeder. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Fuser. Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 63
  • Remove and re-install the Imaging Unit. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Imaging Unit. Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 70, 71, and72
  • Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 73
  • Remove and re-install the Imaging Unit. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Imaging Unit. Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 74
  • Remove and re-install the Fuser. Turn the printer off, then on.
  • Replace the Fuser. Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 80, 81, 82,83, and 84
  • Make sure that all four toner cartridges are installed in the printer.
  • Turn the printer off, then on.
Error 01p through
Error 47p
  • Make sure that installed memory DIMM(s) are compatible with printer's image processor board and that they are installed in the proper slot(s).
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Hi Good day!! It may be the fuser problem. u may need to replace the fuser or buy a new unit.

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Sir, We have a hp laserjet 4250n printer since


Replace the fuser unit (they last about 75K pages in my experience)

1. Power down the printer and unplug it
2. Remove the fuser from the back side of the printer
3. Replace the fuser unit with a new one
4. Turn the printer back on

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I have replaced the fuser on Brother HL-4070cdw but the screen displays fuser unit end How do i clear the message Thank you


Look on page 115 under maintenence. Follow the instructions down to where it says Belt Unit, instead, find Fuser Unit then continue with reset instructions. Hope this helps.
http://www.brother-usa.com/ModelDocuments/Consumer/Users%20Manual/UM_HL_4040CDN_4040CN_4070CDW_EN_1037.PDF

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Put in newer fuser unit but machine still says to replace


If you want to clear the fuser message you have to be sure you replaced the fuser web. Then go to 25 => counter clear(items 13)=> Clear fuser counter or 36=>counter clear(items 8)=>Clear fuser counter.

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T8008 printer with message says "replace fuser"


The 'Replace Fuser' message on the 8008 can be cleared in the following way;
• Power the printer Off
• Hold down FORM FEED and ENTER and power the printer on

Keep the FORM FEED and ENTER keys held down until the printer displays SERVICE MENU - INFORMATION

• Press the RIGHT ARROW to MAINTENANCE, and press ENTER
• The Display should read MAINTENANCE - CLEAR FUSER, if it does not press the right arrow until it does and then press MENU/ENTER
• The Display Should now Read CLEAR FUSER NOT EXECUTE, Press the right arrow until the display reads CLEAR FUSER EXECUTE
• Press ENTER, and after a pause the display should read COMPLETED CLEAR FUSER
• Power the printer off and after about 10-15 seconds power the printer back on again.

The message should now be cleared

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Fuser temp error


To test fuser out of circuit make sure lamp and thermal fuse are not open circuit, and thermister is neither open or shorted


Fuser repair procedure from tec manual.
Fuser Failure (U4-1, U4-2, & U4-3)
1
Switch off printer main power. Remove the Fuser Full Cover so you can observe the Heat Rods. Switch on printer main power and observe the ends of the Fuser Assembly. The Heat Rods glow.?
Y N
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Go to step 5.
2 Replace the Printer Engine Controller PWB (REP 4.10.6). The error message reappears.
Y N
|
Problem solved.
3 Replace the Fuser Assembly The error message reappears.
Y N
|
Problem solved.
4 Check for a broken wire or a loose connection
between components
5 Measure the AC voltage between J23-2 and J23-6 on the AC Driver PWB. There is 110VAC (or 220VAC if the printer is the 220VAC model) between J23-2 and J23-6.
Y N
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Go to step 7.
6 Replace the Fuser Assembly (REP 4.7.1). If the problem persists, replace the Printer Engine
Controller PWB (REP 4.10.6).
7 The Fuser cycles up and down.
Y N
|
Replace the Printer Engine Controller PWB
8 Measure the voltage between P401-1 and P 401-4 when the Fuser Fan cycles up and down. There is 24VDC between P401-1 and P401-4 when the fan is rotating and 0VDC when the fan is off.?
Y N
|
Replace the Printer Engine Controller PWB
9 Replace the AC Driver PWB

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