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Warming up please wait stays on and doesn't switch

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SOURCE: xerox 6250 will not warm up. it says

Yes it can be the used fuser. Kind of odd for it to be anything else but the fuser.

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SOURCE: Hi. I have a DC

Hi suzanneshmrc,

There is a battery on the MCU board. Turn the copier off and shortcut the (+) of this battery with the ground (chassis) for 60 seconds. Turn on the copier. It should be "ready to copy". If you're not comfortable of doing this you might wan to contact a local repairman to this for you.

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