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Error Code F1 on Copier Sharp AR201

I Mr A. Raheem from Mauritius & I have a Sharp copier model AR-201. It was working properly, as it was on power saving mode, i press enter, suddenly i heard a noise, then F1 code appears. I can't do any photocopy now. I switch off then On problem persist.

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F1 means "shifter Motor Trouble". The motor that driver the shifting mechanism at the paper exit side is not functioning. The motor could be bad or there may be something binding the motor up. Take a real close look at the exit unit (where the paper comes out of the machine) and see if there is anything in the way of the shifter. It could also be a bad board issue - sending the wrong signal to the motor... or possibly a bad home position sensor for the shifter.
You could try taking the shifter unit out for a closer inspection - make sure its properly installed.
Hope this helps.

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