Question about IBM 6262 Printer
Thermal check error code 0410
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sorry to say, unless you are a hands on kind of person and can fix it yourself, the thermal sensor is malfunctioning and the only fix is to have it repaired by an authorized dealer.*********** board and CPU have these installed in certain spots to monitor temperatures. I hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Possible that the cooling fans to the Processor is clogged and so there is heating on the processor going beyond the set limit thereby triggering the thermister to warn and shut down.
This normally happens when the laptop is make work on dusty surroundings/ tops or matresses which can pull up fibres to clog the vent.
remove the fan assembly and clean the section using a air jet and brush , then reset.
Posted on Jul 05, 2011
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Sorry if this is a little vague but this is all I've been able to find in the 30 minutes we get to review a problem.
K102 is a control relay and the error indicates it's faulty.
The only place I've found that may be able to supply a replacement is at the link below although I suspect this would be a job for a printer engineer.
I'll keep looking to see if I can find any further reference to this relay or a service manual showing its location.
p.s. Model No. is 6262-D22
Posted on Aug 10, 2011
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Hello wez1330 - Error code E66 indicates that the thermal limiter circuit is open. Base on the intensity of the issue, I suggest contacting a professional technician to accurately repair the unit. Technician will need to check the inlet or outlet thermal limiter for continuity. If the thermal limiter is open, tech will need to check for evidence of high temperature event and any resulting damage. If no futher damage is evident, the thermal limited and retest will need to be replaced.
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