Question about Xerox WorkCentre PRO-215 All-In-One Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Feb 18, 2008
With a 657, most likely the main board has failed. It is not uncommon at all, That is a general problem with that model.
What you can try is, looking from the front of the machine, the main board is located on the back right side. removing 2 screws and releasing the levers will allow you to slide the processor board out of the machine. You can try just reseating,,,, removing and shoving the board back into the machine, and seeing if that helps.
Most likely, either the board has failed, or the memory battery had exceeded its life and the memory is not working.
Wish I had a more positive answer for you, but the 657 is getting older, and those lithium batteries are failing. I have to add though, that those processor boards, have failed pretty frequently over the years.
What you can do is go onto Google and look up "the parts drop" ,,, call them and ask for Britt, and see what he has as far as that producut is concerned. That machine is actually made byn Toshiba, you may be be able to find either a Xerox, or Toshiba repair dealer in your area that has that board and will fix it reasonably. If you find a Toshiba dealer other than a Xerox dealer. Tell them it is the same machine as a Toshiba E-120, they are exatly the same.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
Recently I had to configure a 17" Aluminum PowerBook and a Xerox Workcentre PE 16. That multifunction laser monochrome printer is not supported by MacOS X, but I tried all the same.... and no glue for that, until I went on the Samsung webpage and noticed their SCX-4216F printer. This machine is the same as the PE 16.
So I downloaded the lastest drivers from Samsung's download centre (drivers for Tiger too), installed the drivers on the PowerBook (running 10.3.4), connected the printer and when I selected the printer ... tada! It automatically selected the Samsung driver, so I clicked on OK and started printing. Everything was OK!
But it doesn't end here: even the Lexmark X215 MPF has the same chassis as the Xerox and Samsung. Yet, on Lexmark's website there are no Mac OS X drivers, but Samsung's drivers work just the same. I hope this hint will help others...
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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