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Error F2 on Sharp AR5516


CRUM data read trouble

Replace the toner cartridge.
Replace MCU PWB.
Replace MCU PWB EEPROM
Check and fix connection between
CRUM (toner cartridge) and MCU
PWB.

May 09, 2014 | Sharp Office Equipment & Supplies

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F2 ERROR


F2 04 Content Improper cartridge (Destination error, life cycle
error)
Detail The destination of the machine differs from that
of the CRUM.
The life cycle information is other than "Not
used (FFh)."
Cause CRUM chip defect
Improper developing unit
Check
and
remedy
Replace the CRUM chip.
Replace the developing unit.
Identificat
ion error
The trade mark code of the CRUM differs.
The company code of the CRUM differs.
Model
error
The boot program model code does not
coincide with the CRUM model code.
Type error When the CRUM type is other than genuine/
conversion/production rotation.
Destinatio
n error
The machine destination differs from the
CRUM destination.
Data
abnormali
ty
When an error value is included in the initial
check information. When the max. toner supply
time is 00.
When the print hard stop is 00.
Misc error When the Misc information is other than "Not
used (FFh)

Feb 10, 2014 | Sharp AR-5316 Advanced Digital Imager...

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Y - CRUM Error / Error 093-950 Restart Printer


093-950 Y - CRUM Error
Error 093-950
Restart Printer

The yellow toner Smart Chip error is detected

Error with detecting or defective yellow toner cartridge. Replacing cartridge should correct it.
Paul

Nov 25, 2013 | Lexmark X560n Laser Printer

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Solution for f2 error code


F2 - 04 : Improper cartridge (Destination error, life cycle error)

Detail : The destination of the machine differs from that of the CRUM.
The life cycle information is other than "Not used (FFh)."

Cause : CRUM chip defect - Improper developing unit
Check and remedy : Replace the CRUM chip - Replace the developing unit.

Identificat ion error : The trade mark code of the CRUM differs.
The company code of the CRUM differs.

Model error : The boot program model code does not coincide with the CRUM model code.

Type error : When the CRUM type is other than genuine/conversion/production rotation .

Destination error : The machine destination differs from the CRUM destination.

Data abnormality : When an error value is included in the initial

check information. When the max. toner supply time is 00.
When the print hard stop is 00.

Misc error : When the Misc information is other than "Not used (FFh)."

Oct 20, 2012 | Sharp AR-M160 Laser Printer

1 Answer

We have an error message CRUM 009-367 and we are unable to figure out what is wrong with it on our Dell 3110cn. Thanks


009-367:The Yellow (Y) Toner Cartridge CRUM Data error is detected.

  1. Cycle power on the Printer.
    1. Turn the printer off.
    2. Wait 10 seconds.
    3. Turn the printer on.
    4. Determine if the issue still occurs.

  2. Verify that the toner installed is Dell toner

  1. Cycle power on the printer again.

  2. If the error persists, replace the desired toner cartridge.
    • If the desired toner cartridge has already been replaced, replace the Toner Dispenser CRUM.
    • If the Toner Dispenser CRUM has already been replaced, replace the Printer.

Mar 07, 2011 | Dell 3110cn Laser Printer

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Xerox phaser 6180 MFP displays errorr message and code BLK CRUM ERROR 093 925 restart printer problem occurred when a fax was being received


This error message points to either
1 A corrupted chip on the toner cartridge.

2 The wrong chip on the toner cartridge. There are several printers that take the same basic cartridge, the difference being the chip.

If you have just bought the cartridge, return it for replacement.

Oct 06, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I have an older Sharp AR-168S printer with U2-40 error code.


U2-40 CRUM communication error

Detail-Toner cartridge CRUM data read
error

Cause-A toner cartridge of a different
destination is installed.
EEPROM trouble
Check the destination setup.
Toner cartridge CRUM PWB trouble
MCU PWB trouble
CRUM connector disconnection

Check and
remedy-
Install a specified toner cartridge.
Check the SIM 26-6 setup.
Replace the EEPROM.
Replace the toner cartridge.
Replace the MCU PWB.
Check connection of the CRUM
connector.
Execute SIM 16.

Feb 09, 2010 | Sharp Office Equipment & Supplies

1 Answer

Crum data read trouble in sharp ar 207


The CRUM chip is what tells the copier that the correct toner is installed. It is specific to the toner cartridge. If it is a new cartridge then it should have a new CRUM chip and there should be no problem. If it is a recharge it's possible that the chip was not changed or the wrong one was used.

Oct 16, 2008 | Sharp Office Equipment & Supplies

2 Answers

Error Code U2-40 on Sharp FO-DC550 fax machine.


That is a CRUM communication error. The CRUM is a chip that resides on the toner cartridge that keeps track of the toner usage and resets when a new toner is installed. If you replaced the toner recently it may be corrupt. If you got a refurbidhed toner they may have reprogrammed the CRUM incorrectly. Power supply problems often cause this error so check your outlet to make sure it is withinn the proper voltage range and also that it is not on the same circuit as other devices. Get a "real" surge protector designed for office equipment such as a smartpower. Try changing toners and using genuine supplies.

Jun 03, 2008 | Sharp AR-5316 Advanced Digital Imager...

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