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OCE Varioprint 110 shows error code 6132

Can anyone give advice what does that code represent and how can it be get rid off? (For example which counter in service mode needs to be reset since sometimes technician forgots to do it)

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  • JMJr Jun 24, 2014

    Hi Maros Klamar, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Was the machine printing when the code came up?

  • Maros Klamar
    Maros Klamar Jun 25, 2014

    thanks for your concern, but luckily problem was already solved, the code pop out to the screen always during initalization, so no, printer wasnt printing

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Hi Sorry cant send manual U have to buy like every one else.But here are the codes you require It is service code 24 sub code 04 to reset PM counter and sub code 07 to rest drum sub code 09 to reset print count and sub code 11 to reset developer. Hope this helps

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It might need a new fuse which is located where the hot wires are when the paper feeds through or it might need a circuit an Ormon G3NE-220 TL-US load 20A 240VAC 50/60hz input 24 VDC.

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SOURCE: Minolta Error code C0500

1. Test Mode Operations
• The Test Mode is performed from the copier’s Tech. Rep. Mode.
1-1. Entering the Tech. Rep. Mode
1. Press the Utility key.
2. Touch [Total Check].
3. Press the following keys in order: Stop → 0 → 0
→ Stop → 0 → 1.
NOTE
Be sure to keep the display procedure for the Tech.
Rep. Mode from any unauthorized persons not
involved with service operations.
4344S504CA

link to a service manual that explains tech mode

Posted on Dec 02, 2007

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SOURCE: oce tds 800 how do you reset the counter for maintenance and part

hi
you have to go into service first
you have to log on in SDS
WITH user :oceservice
pASSWORD:675756
And there on consumbeles you have to reset by
pressing 0 / enter and than egnoladge with the green V on top

good luck
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SOURCE: My Oce im2520f is giving me an error code: C0500

The C0500 error code is a fuser unit error code. The fusing unit is the part that gets hot and "fuses" the toner onto the paper just before it exits the machine. There is a special reset procedure for this code so as to prevent overheat of the fuser. You will need a service technician to diagnose the problem in the fuser and then reset the code. Most common causes are blown thermal fuse, bad thermister or rarely, a bad heater lamp.
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Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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