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he following error messages will appear on Gestetner, Lanier, Ricoh and Savin products control panel. There are no codes listed in service for operator/user problems. SC-101 Exposure lamp, lamp stabilizer board, dirty white plate, dirty optics, SBU board, CCD SC-103 Power problem SC-104 Exposure lamp problem, main relay optics board, electrical noises or communication error SC-105 Zero cross, main relay, optics board, FUSE 804 on DCPS or AC drive board on FT series SC-120-123 Scan home problem, sensor, scan motor, (EX-IPU board or fuse FU103 Aficio 400, 401, 500) SC-121 Scan home or fuse FU4 Scan home or fuse FU106 Aficio 550/650 SC-124 Scan motor encoder or scan motor SC-125 Scanning to slow speed SC-126 Scanning too fast speed SC-127 Scan motor or optics board SC-128 Scan start speed wrong; motor, board, drive section SC-129 Scan speed problem; motor or PSU SC-130 SBU error SC-140 / 141 Lens vertical home sensor SC-142 / 143 Lens horizontal home sensor SC-144 /145 3rd scan home sensor problem SC-190 EX-IPU board Aficio 400, 401, 500 Optics thermistor FT 7950, 7960, 7970 series SC-192 Automatic SBU adjust error, SBU, BICU, exposure lamp regulator, exposure lamp, dirty white plate SC-193 APS sensor FT 7950, 7960, 7970 series SC-194 IPU white level detect (too low) same as 192 SC-300-303 Charge corona SC-302 Laser (polygon) motor problem SC-302 Charge roller, HVT, or fuse FU5 (AFICIO 340, 350 series, 355, 450 series, and 455) SC-302-01, 02, 03, 04 Charge corona assembly Aficio 550/650 SC-303 Charge corona wire cleaner, disconnected or time out for printer SC-304 Charge roller problem, ID sensor problem SC-305 Time out error for memory or EX-IPU board or fuse FU103 on Aficio 400, 401, 500 SC-310-314 Potential sensor SC-320 Laser motor problem SC-321 Laser write problem, BCU board, EX-IPU board SC-322 Laser 1 synch. Problem SC-323 Laser drive problem SC-324 Laser drive excess current draw problem SC-326 Laser 2 synchronization error SC-327 Laser 1 home position error SC-328 Laser 2 home position error SC-329 Laser beam pitch error SC-330 Laser diode no initial setting SC-331 Laser diode home error SC-332 Laser diode present position error SC-335-338 Laser motor polygon problem SC-340 TD sensor output error SC-341 Developer motor lockup TD sensor adjust error Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-342 TD sensor adjust error SC-345 Toner collect motor lockup Developer bias loss Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-346 Toner recycle motor disconnected SC-350-1: thru 5 ID sensor error SC-351 Vsg problem, bad drum, ID sensor SC-352 TD (toner density) sensor problem or bad toner mix SC-353 Vsp problem; image density sensor, drum, HVT, developer bias, needs cleaning SC-354 Vsp problem; image density sensor, drum, HVT, developer bias, needs cleaning SC-355 Toner density sensor or under toned SC-356 Toner density sensor or over toned SC-358 Image density sensor, drum, toner spray SC-360 Hard disk drive error 1 SC-361 Hard disk drive error 2 Incomplete drum potential calibration, check imaging formation assembly FT 7950, 7960, 7970 SC-362 Image compression error Hard disk drive error Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-363 Data transmission error SC-364 Data transmission time out error Vd out of specs, drum, drum potential sensor, charge corona FT 7950, 7960, 7970 Hard disk drive error Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-365 Image storage error VI out of specs, drum, drum potential sensor, charge corona, dirty optics FT 7950, 7960, 7970 SC-366 CRC error Aficio 550/650Vr out of specs, drum, drum ground FT 7950, 7960, 7970 Hard disk bad sector maximum Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-367 Hard disk bad sector maximum Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-370-01 thru 07 Drum potential sensor error Aficio 550/650 SC-370-374 IMAC error Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-376, 380, 382, 384, 386, 388 Data transmission problem Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-390 CRC error Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-390-1 Toner density sensor error SC-390-2 Toner density sensor error SC-391 Developer bias problem or FU103 on Aficio 550/650 Image storage address error Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-392 Toner density sensor SC-395 Developer bias problem SC-400, 401 Transfer roller error Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-401 Transfer roller positive error problem SC-401-1 Transfer roller/belt short SC-401-2 Transfer roller/belt open or fuses FU104, FU115, FU116 Aficio 550/650 SC-402 Transfer roller negative error problem or open SC-403 Transfer belt position error, electromagnetic clutch release or fuse FU5 SC-405 Transfer belt position error, electromagnetic clutch release or fuse FU5 SC-405 Scanner problem; BCU, EX-IPU board or SCU on Aficio 400, 401, 500 SC-411 Separator bias SC-430 Quenching lamp error SC-440 Main motor locked or drum motor locked SC-441 Developer motor locked SC-490 Exhaust fan problem or ozone fan problem SC-491 Laser cooling fan locked SC-492 Cooling fan problem SC-493 Bridge fan problem Exhaust fan locked Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-494 Fuser fan locked SC-495 Toner recycling unit problem SC-496 Toner collector bottle problem SC-497 Toner recycling motor problem SC-500 Main motor locked Bypass motor locked FT 7950, 7960, 7970 SC-501-1 & 2 1st Tray lift problem SC-502-1 & 2 2nd tray lift motor problem SC-503-1 & 2 3rd tray lift motor problem SC-504-1 & 2 4th tray lift problem SC-505 LCT tray SC-506 Optional tray motor locked SC-507 LCT motor locked SC-508 Tandem rear fence motor SC-509 Tandem side fence motor SC-510-1 & 2 LCT lift problem Paper feed motor problem Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-511 Tandem side fence motor error LCT motor error Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-515 Tandem rear fence motor Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-516 Tandem side fence motor Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-520 Duplex or fuser drive problem FT 7950, 7960, 7970 SC-521 Duplex side fence drive problem SC-522 & 523 Duplex jogger home position FT 7950, 7960, 7970 SC-524 Duplex end fence drive problem SC-530 Bypass motor locked or fuse FU106 on Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-531 Fusing duplex motor locked SC-541 Fuser thermistor open SC-542 Fuser temperature too low or fuse FU107 on Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-543 Fuser temperature to high SC-544 Fuser temperature too low SC-545 Fuser temperature to high SC-546 Fuser ready temperature unstable SC-547 Zero cross problem Fuser lamp stays on, AC drive board, optics board FT 7950, 7960, 7970 SC-548 Fuser unit not installed SC-590 Toner collector motor problem Cooling fan Aficio 220/270 series SC-591 1 bin tray motor SC-600 Communication problem between SCU and operation SC-601 Communication problem between BICU and scanner Communication problem between BCU and EX-IPU board Aficio 400, 401, 500 Communication problem between SBU and SBICU Aficio 550/650 Communication problem between MCU and BICU Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-602 Communication problem between BICU hard disk drive board Communication problem between BCU and fuser control unit on Aficio 400, 401, 500 Communication problem between Hard disk drive board and SBICU Aficio 550/650 Communication problem between BICU and hard disk drive board Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-602-2, 2, -3 Communication problem between BICU and ADF SC-604 Communication problem between BCU and high voltage board SC-605 Communication problem between SCU and BCU SC-610 Communication problem between IOB and duplex unit SC-610, 611, 612 Communication problem between BICU and ADF SC-620 Communication problem between BICU and ADF SC-621 Communication problem between BICU and finisher SC-623 Communication problem between BICU and paper tray unit SC-624 Communication problem between BICU and LCT SC-625/626 GA5 data transfer error; EX-IPU or software Communication problem between BICU and finisher Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P Communication problem between BICU and LCT Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-627 Communication problem between BICU and LCT Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-630 Communication problem between line adapter and CSS center (Japan) SC-635-636 Communication problem between BICU and paper feed board Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-640 BICU data transfer sum check error SC-641 BICU control data transfer problem SC-650, 653 Key card (Japan) SC-670Engine or BICU error SC-672 Op panel to controller problem SC-690 BICU problem (12C) SC-691 Communication problem between BICU and fax controller BICU problem (12C) Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-692 Communication problem between BICU and print controller board BICU problem (12C) Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-694 Communication problem between BICU and scanner board SC-696 Communication problem between IOB and finisher SC-700 ADF P/U problem SC-701 ADF P/U problem SC-702 ADF feed in motor SC-703 ADF transfer motor SC-704 ADF feed out motor SC-705 ADF bottom plate motor SC-720 Finisher transport drive motor problem SC-721 Finisher tray shift or shift motor problem SC-722 Finisher jogger motor SC-723 Finisher stack feed motor problem SC-724 Finisher stapler hammer motor SC-725 Finisher stack feed out motor SC-726 Finisher shift/lift motor SC-727 Finisher stapler rotation motor SC-729 Finisher punch motor SC-730 Finisher stapler position motor SC-731 Finisher exit guide motor Finisher exit open/close motor problem Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-732 Finisher up tray shift motor problem SC-733 Finisher stack feed out motor Finisher lower tray shift motor problem Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-734 Finisher lift motor Finisher lower tray shift motor problem Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-735 Finisher exit guide motor Finisher pre-stack motor Aficio 551, 551P, 700, 700P SC-736 Finisher exit guide plate motor SC-737 Finisher waste stapler full SC-738 Finisher shift tray lift motor SC-740 1000 sheet finisher error 01: Shutter error 02: Exit error 03: Upper exit plate error 04: Jogger motor 05: Stapler motor 06: Stapler hammer motor 07: Tray lift motor 08: Shift tray height sensor 09: Back up RAM 0A: Communication error SC-741 1000 sheet finisher error in saddle stitch area o 01: Position plate motor o 02: Folder roller motor o 03: Shutter guide motor o 04: Booklet jogger motor o 05: Stapler motor o 06: Folder plate motor o 07: Connector o 08: Switch SC-750 Interchange connection problem SC-751 Bridge connection SC-752 Finisher connection SC-760 ADF gate problem SC-770 Shift tray motor SC-800 Control board bad SC-804 Control board bad SC-819 Software application error SC-820 Control board or software SC-821 Control board SC-822 Bad HD SC-823 Bad control board or NIC SC-824 NVRAM or battery bad SC-826 NVRAM bad SC-827 Memory problem SC-828 Bad control board or firmware SC-829 RAM DIMM or control board bad SC-835 Control board or connector SC-836, 837 Font ROM bad SC-838 Clock generator problem SC-850 NIB or control board bad SC-851 IEEE 1384 interface board or control board bad SC-860, 861 Hard drive problem, connection or cable SC-862, 863 Returned, Bad sector in hard drive SC-864 Abnormal HD data transfer SC-865 Hard drive error SC-900 Electrical copy counter problem reached 10 million or NVRAM problem SC-900-01 Mechanical counter SC-901 Mechanical counter or fuse FU4 SC-921 MSU hardware error Copier feature expander hardware error Aficio 220/270 SC-940 Main switch problem or main board SC-951 Gate signal error SC-953 Scanner image setting error (Software) SC-954 Printer image setting error SC-955 Memory setting error SC-956 Scanner parameter error SC-957, 958 Scan error SC-959 Printer setting ID error SC-960 Printer return ID error SC-961 Printer ready ID error SC-962 Memory setting ID error SC-963 Memory finishing error SC-964 Printer ready error SC-970 Scan error SC-980 Program loading error or hard drive access error SC-981 Hard drive response error SC-982 Hard drive construction error SC-984 Hard drive response error Control board, BICU or connection bad Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-985 Control board, BICU or connection bad Aficio 1035, 1045 SC-986 Software problem SC-990 Communication problem between BICU and input output board or software performance error SC-991 Software problem SC-996 FCU board or firmware problem SC-997, 998 Software or missing RAM or missing DIMM SC-999 Program version error or fuser FU6 Program download problem, BICU, IC, NVRAM bad, power loss, board installed wrong Aficio 1035, 1045 Printer Controller Error Codes 2001 Power on error 2002 FGATE error 0201 On board SDRAM error 0301 SDRAM error 0Fxx Controller -BICU error 1101 Data transmission error 1102 Data loop back 11xx Centronics cable error 1401 Controller NVRAM error 1402 NVRAM check sum error 1403 NVRAM white error 1404 NVRAM read error 1501 RTC error 1601 Font ROM error 1602 Data in font ROM is damage 1Bxx Options bus A error RICOH 3813 Copier U1 Right side open U2 No key counter U4 Sorter not latched or closed U6 Developer unit not in place E11 Exposure lamp problem E12 Exposure lamp problem E13 Zero cross, main board or power supply E-14 Zero cross, main board or power supply E-21 Scan home problem E-22 Scan home problem E-28

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2002 Avalon spindle nut removal


To replace the spindle lock nut:
  • Raise the vehicle and support it on jackstands.
  • Remove the wheel and the wheel cover.
  • Remove the spindle dust cap.
  • Pull the cotter pin.
  • Unscrew the spindle lock nut. If the nut is a multiple-piece type, make sure you remove all of the pieces.
  • Reverse these procedures to complete the installation.
  • Torque or adjust the nut according to the manufacturer's specifications

May 09, 2012 | 2002 Toyota Avalon

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MILWAUKEE 4253-1. HOW TO REMOVE THE SPINDLE #47 ON THE PARTS LIST. AFTER THE CHUCK AND GEAR CASE IS REMOVED FROM THE MOTOR.


The spindle is pressed into the bearing in the nose of the gear case. You usually need a hydraulic press to get them out. If the spindle gear, woodruff key and spacer come out easily (it may need a little prying pressure) you may be able to tap the spindle out with a dead blow/rubber hammer or with a piece of wood on the end of the spindle. If you hit the spindle directly with a metal hammer you can mushroom the end and it won't fit in the needle bearing in the service diaphram.

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Have a Denon 1805 DVD/CD 5 disk changer. A circular part about the size of a quarter came out with the last DVD I took out. Now it won't play either DVD's or CD's


I belive it is a magnet which usually hold a CD on the spindle motor during playing. you need to take off top cover and find the spindle. The spindle has a round base for the disk, above the base should be another round piece with the magnet so during playing the disk is fixed between these two pieces. Check if there is missing round magnet in top piece. You can probably glue the magnet in place. Be careful, everything is fragile there, you can make more damages, probably better to bring it to a repair shop.

Jan 19, 2011 | Denon AVR-2105 Receiver

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Opening the PL-Z81 box after standing packaged for quite some time -I saw that the turntable had come apart and that there were four pieces - a silver dish (the turn table) --the rubber mat that sits on...


Ok! On the main part of the turntable should be a spindle, not the one in the middle! That if you put your finger on will turn. This is the motor. On the underside of the silver dish should be a flange. Place the belt round it and put the platter on the center spindle (the one in the middle). If the platter has a hole in it, grab the belt and pull it, while rotating the platter till you can see the motor spindle. Attach the belt to that. Put the rubber matt on and try it out.
The black piece is for 45's with big holes in them (jukebox ones).
PS if the platter hasn't a hole you will have to put the belt on the motor spindle first and then around the flange (try not to pull the belt to much).
Also some turntables pass the belt via a leaver that lifts the belt up and down for 45 and 33 speeds, others just change the motor speed.

Aug 23, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Upper ball joint broke off of socket on 97 chevy s10 pickup


Its not too difficult if you can get the broken piece out of the spindle. It is a friction fit and normally a wedge shaped tool called a pickle fork is used to separate the ball joint and spindle.
If you're game to have a go at it, jack the truck up and block it, you will need the jack to put under the lower control arm after you take the wheel off. Remove the caliper and hang it up with a piece of wire or rope so it doesn't hang on the brake hose. With the wheel off you will need to remove the nut on the bottom of the ball joint where it passes through the spindle. Check it first for a cotter pin, some have it some don't.Soak it good with penetrating fluid, not WD-40, before you start. If the piece starts to turn before you get the nut off, you'll have to cut it off with a mini grinder.Drive the broken piece out of the spindle, it has to go up because it is tapered, you can't push it out the bottom.
The rest of the ball joint should be attached to the upper control arm by 3 rivets. Just grind the heads off them, drive them out and the ball joint will come off. The new one will probably come with bolts to replace those rivets, but check the box when you buy it and make sure you have some. Pop the new joint into the control arm, it'll only fit one way and fasten it down. Jack the spindle up to the ball joint, fit it together and start the nut. Snug it up and lower the jack. Now tighten the nut. If you are using a 3/8 ratchet when your arm wont turn the nut any more install the cotter pin and you should be good. It would be a good idea to get the alignment checked after you do this. Hope this helps.

Sep 05, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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I know TV model # but not remote model #


go to remotes.com and enter in your model number.

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Garrard Type A Turntable Speed settings are off, except the 45RPM


Forget solution #1

Here's what you do:

Your Garrard Type A is most likely an idler-drive deck (With a rubber wheel driving the turntable).

- Under the rubber mat there's a "C" shaped clamp to be found around the spindle. Remove that and keep safe. Now remove the platter and behold the 'guts' of the monster. On the left you should see a thick rubber wheel with a metal core inside, directly under that wheel you'll find a 3 step pulley protruding from under the frame.

Plug in the AC and turn on. Carefully look at the pulley. It should spin fast. If not, immediately unplug the power otherwise you'll burn out the motor. If the pulley spins too slow, the specially inserted factory grease/oil may have "set" or dried out during the silent years..

The same goes for the grease/ oil which is inserted in the spindle-bus. We'll get there later.

- Make sure the AC is OFF! High Voltage Inside!

- Lift the frame from its casing/ plinth and make sure it's completely supported when upside down, so you don't damage the arm!

- Locate the BIG motor! :-)

- The lower bearing screws may be 'glued' on with red lacquer. (Shellac) (This was done to prevent repairs by users (Warranty Expiration)
- Unscrew those and lift off the bearing. (a light tap with a small mallet may break the lacquer and make it easier to unscrew. DON'T TRY to unscrew forcefully as the screws may get damaged! They're made of brass I thought. )
- Clean it out with a tissue or a non-pilling piece of cloth. The Top bearing can be found under the motor-pulley which is fastened with 3 small screws. (Note! This bearing doesn't need greasing 'cause it's only there for support!)

Once cleaned out insert the tiniest little amount of Singer-Oil (Sowing Machine Oil) into the LOWER bearing. and put it back over the motor shaft. Screw the bearing back on. Make sure the screws are not too tight as, once again you may damage the heads. There! You just re-greased your turntable motor!

Next: If the speed selector lever is hard to move. Apply a small dab of vaseline onto the frame right next to the lever. Gently move it to and fro a few times and that's that.

- Spindle Bus:

This is somewhat more risky because this is practically what makes the turntable! The spindle was inserted in the factory by pressure, oil first, spindle second, forcing all the air out, leaving a film of oil around the spindle-shaft..

- Locate the cast-iron spindle-bus. Almost on top there you'll see a screw somewhere (again sealed with the red shellac)

- Gently try to loosen it. AGAIN: Do NOT use excessive force!
After unscrewing keep it safe.

- Turn the upside down frame over again to its normal position.

- Gently try to lift the spindle out of its bus.
DON'T YANK IT as this piece of stainless steel was crafted with extremely high precision! Then again, the vacuum won't let ya, heheh.

- Degrease with a non-pilling cloth or tissue drenched in thinner/ pure alcohol. Use a pencil and non-pilling cloth to clean out and degrease the spindle bus. Never use tissues as these may tear leaving residue in the spindle bus which decreases performance!

- Now poor some Singer-Oil onto the spindle and a small drop in the spindle-bus. Slowly rotate it between your fingers so the oil can distribute itself all over the spindle.

-Put the spindle back in its bus and let it sink in under its own weight (Get some coffee. Watch the Superbowl, Take a vacation, cause this may take a while!) DO NOT force it in as you may damage either the bus or the spindle!

- Make sure the idler wheel is smooth and round! Run your fingers along the inside of the platter to see if there's any residual rubber left behind. If so, you're gonna need a new wheel sometime soon. If not, congrats! Make sure the idler wheel is free from grease, oil dust and dirt and that it runs smooth! Make sure the inside of the platter is also free from dust, dirt, grease or oil to obtain maximum grip or friction.

- Join turntable back together with spindle and give it a soft spin. (Oil warms up inside spindle bus)

Plug in the AC...

Happy spinning at the right speed! :o)


Feb 05, 2009 | Teac AG-V1050 Receiver

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Panasonic RV32 DVD player has an H07 error


This code means that the spindle motor did not come up to speed and the only way to fix it is to first find out if its the driver servo circuit thats bad or the spindle motor itself is defective. If you know how to trouble shoot a motor speed control servo sure you can fix it, But theres no easy wand waving fix for this unit. Sorry.
u may try new spindle motor

Nov 12, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Play Station 2 Slim Model


Its called a spindle and you might have to replace the whole spindle motor assembly. Search online for one, there are loads of sites selling PS2 part (make sure you get the right model number or your new part might not work).

Alternately, if there are any computer/electronics fairs in your area you could try there. I needed a spindle motor for a scrap machine I was refurbing a few months ago and bought one from a computer fair for £2.

Here is a video tutorial on how to take your PS2 apart to replace the bit.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izY7pth8vKI

Dec 01, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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