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C118 FUSER NOT INITIALIZING/COME 0N

C118 FUSER DOES NOT COME ON/ INITIALIZED 

PROBABLY NEEDS TO BE RESET. TELL ME HOW TO ENTER THE DIAG CODE AND HOW TO INITIALIZE IT

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Ummm fuser don't get initialized in these machines they either come on or they don't if it doesn't come on it usually means that 1. the bulbs blew

2. the thermistor or thermostat are bad

3. the connector to the machine has bad contacts

 

so your best bet is to just get another one

 

regards, Nick NCXI.com

Posted on Oct 16, 2007

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Xerox workcenter m-133 and the error code is 010-313 and how to fix it


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Fuser Related Status Codes & how to reset them:

C123 style (C123/128/133, M123/128/133, Pro123/128/133) 010-313 Fuser Control Thermistor failure (open Control Thermistor) 010-314 Fuser Side Thermistor failure (open Side Thermistor) 010-318 Fuser temperature did not rise quickly enough during heating cycle 010-320nakeder Overheat (must be reset from diagnostics by resetting NVM (Non Volatile Memory code 744-220 back to "0") * 010-327* Fuser took too long to warm up (must be reset from diagnostics by resetting NVM (Non Volatile Memory code 744-220 back to "0") * * C123 style: Resetting Fuser Codes (010-320, & 010-327) Accomplished by resetting NVM code 744-220 to '0'... First enter UI (User Interface) Diagnostic Mode: Hold down the '0' button for 5 seconds and then press the 'Start' button while still holding the '0' button. The machine will prompt you for a Password. Enter the default Access Number: '6789' and press "Confirm". The colors on the display will be reversed to indicate that you're now in diagnostic mode. Next press the Dual Heat Lamp Assembly (C123 version) www.partsdrop.com 201-387-7776 Page 4 of 5 AC Connector: C123 version "Log In/Out" button on the Control Panel. Select 'System Settings', 'Common' Settings, followed by 'Maintenance / Diagnostics'. Now you will find the main menu includes one choice called "NVM Read / Write" (NVM is Non Volatile Memory)... Now you can enter your "Chain-Link" code (in this case 744-220) and press 'Confirm / Change'. The current value will appear (if the machine is in a fuser fault condition, the value will be set to "1"). Select the "New Value" column and input your new value ('0'). Select "Save" and the new number should now appear in the "Current Value" column. You can turn the power off and back on at this point. The machine will attempt to warm up the fuser again. If the condition which caused the fault in the first place is still happening, the Status Code will return after a few minutes of attempting to warm up. C118 style (C118, M118, M118i) U4-1000 (U4-1) Fuser failure (did not come up to temperature in time)... must be reset from diagnostics (NVM code 50-20 must be reset to '0')*. U4-2000 (U4-2) Fuser over temperature.... Must be reset from diagnostics (NVM code 50-19 must be reset to '0')*. U4-3000 (U4-3) Fuser thermistor circuit is detected as being an open circuit. * C118 style: Resetting Fuser Codes (U4-1 or U4-2): Enter diagnostics (from the powered on state, hold down the '0' button and then press 'Start'. The display will change to opposite colors to show you it's in diagnostics)... Select 'Chain-Func' in the 'CE Setting' screen by using the 'Select' button, followed by 'Enter'. Select "NVRAM R/W". Enter the "Chain" (in this case '50'). Next select "Func" (function) by using the "Select" button. Enter the "function" ('20' if you're clearing a U4-1 code or '19' for clearing a U4-2 code) followed by 'Start'. The current value for that memory code (50-20 or 50-19 in these cases) will appear in the "Read" column (if the machine is in a U4-1 or U4-2 status condition, the value will read as '1'). Change the value by pressing the "Select" button at the "Read" column to switch to "Write". Enter a '0' for the new value, and then press 'Start'. Finally, select "Write NVM". You'll probably be well served by being able to test the lamp and thermistor circuits from the AC Connector so you know what you're looking to replace before you even rip into the fuser. On the C123 & WC-5225 versions, there are slots for 8 pins (2 rows of 4 arranged vertically). Pin 7 is on the upper left and Pin 8 on the upper right is empty. Pins 7 & 1 are one of the two Heat Lamp Circuits. Each Heat Lamp Circuit goes through its respective half of the Heat Lamp Assembly, and then through both thermal fuses to the return wire (pin 7 is the return wire which is common to both heat lamp circuits). Pins 7 & 3 are the other Heat Lamp Circuit. If either Thermal Fuse is blown, neither lamp circuit will conduct. If one circuit measures good and the other measures bad, then the Heat Lamp Assembly must have failed. The Thermistor circuits for the C123 are between Pins 2 & 4 and Pins 5 & 6. If you set your meter to 200K ohms, you can measure the Thermistors... they should measure a high resistance and then if you were to warm up the Thermistor's head, the resistance should begin to drop. These Thermistors are unusual in that the heads are ***** (no yellow kapton tape). www.partsdrop.com 201-387-7776 Page 5 of 5 AC Connector: C118 version The C118 fuser's AC Connector is shaped the same as the C123 version (slots for 8 pins) however there are only 4 pins actually present and they numbered the pins differently for this one. On this one, Pin 2 is in the upper left corner and Pin 1 is in the upper right. On this connector, Pins 1 & 3 form the Heat Lamp Circuit. The Thermistor Circuit is between Pins 2 & 6. Hope this turns out to be valuable information for you. It'd be a shame to replace one of these fusers and then throw out or return the used one without at least inspecting it for the possibility of fixing it for the next customer who needs one. Be a green-tech and fix'em when you can. Happy Repairs everyone! Britt works for The Parts Drop, a company whose primary business is providing parts, supplies and information for Xerox brand copiers, printers and fax machines. You can find more information, including many of Britt's past ENX articles on their website, www.partsdrop.com. If you'd like to read more about Xerox brand office equipment, there's also a complete listing of past articles under contributing writers on the ENX website (www.ENXMAG.com).



Hope this was helpful, good luck!

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What does code c6230 mean?


C6230
Fuser thermistor 1 edge break error
Resetting the fuser problem data
Enter 10871087 using
the numeric keys.
Enter the maintenance item U163
number using numeric keys.
Press the start key.
Press [Execute].
Press the start key.
The fuser problem data is initialized
Turn the main power switch off and on.

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Need master reset code for c118


SIM locked means that your device is NCK-locked. You're to contact a former provider to request unlock code or use unlocking local service.

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How to unlock motorola c118 cellular phone?


You can Unlock it using the Unlock code,You can check code for Your locked Network and Unlock the Mobile...You can get the Unlock code at here http://www.mobileunlocksolutions.com/motorola-c118/rs1wp9/
to unlock it safe get the Free Unlocking instructions below

Motorola C118 Unlocking Instructions Warning : Do not enter any wrong unlock codes on your Motorola C118 mobile phones. If you enter over a certain amount of wrong unlock codes on your Motorola C118 mobile phone, your phone may get hard locked and sometimes become unusable.
1 - Switch ON your Motorola C118 with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card,
2 - Phone will display "Enter Special Code",
3 - You can now enter the Unlock Code.

NOT ACCEPTED: We mean, to use a sim card from a network other than the network your Motorola C118 is locked to.

WARNING: If one of theses messages appear :

- "Contact Service Provider"
- "Tampert Alter"
- "Wait before enter special Code"
- "Contact Service'

It's because you or somebody already entered too many wrong codes, you just have to leave the Motorola C118 ON with the errors message and after 40 minutes to 2 hours the message "Enter Code Special" will appear again!

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C 0 e 0 0


the C000 code is a fuser error code on this machine. It can "sometimes" pop up after a power surge/spike/loss event, and needs to be reset in service technician mode. If it doesn't reset, but rather comes back, you probably need a sevice call for something defective in the fuser (lamp, fuse, thermister).

IF YOU'RE GAME, here it is...

To enter service simulation: press"Additional Functions" to enter "User mode". Press # key. Press </> to select a menu item. enter new data using number keys. Press "Set/OK" key. Press Stop/additional functions to exit.

Note: To reset E000, E001, E002, E003, go to service mode 4. select SET, go to "#7 PRINT-ER," in service mode. Then press Execute "#4 PRINTER RESET." Power the unit off/on.

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Error code 008-111 and 008-131 out off paper but i have paper


The C118 errors you have are Registration Jam 008-111 and Fuser Jam 008-131.
You should order the Fuser Exit Sensor kit 015K60900 which is easy to install. Also, get the Registration Unit 059K45960
I hope this helps
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I have a Oki b6500. Replaced the fuser. How to reset the message exchange, "Maintenance." Please help!


The following procedure was provided by Oki Tech support when a web search did not provide an answer. Resetting the Fuser After Replacement - When Counter is NOT Reset First print out a MenuMap and note the fuser count, to later verify that the maintenance reset has taken affect. To reset the fuser counter, enter the diagnostics mode and go to Maintenance Mode Step-1 How to enter the maintenance mode. Hold the Menu & Right arrow button while powering on the printer. Hold the buttons down until the op panel displays “Initializing”. The op panel will display “Output Test” Step-2 Press the down arrow three times. The op panel will display “Maintenance Info” Step-3 Press the right arrow. The op panel will display “Reset Maint Reqd Execute” Step-4 Press the select button. A quick flash will come up on the op panel “Resetting Maintenance Reqd”. The op panel will then display “Reset Maint. Reqd. Execute” Step-5 Press the Cancel button to exit the Maintenance Mode and go back to “Online”. This completes the process, please print out the Menu and inspect the Fuser Count it should read ‘0.’

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Service Code of H4-01


H2-01 Fusing Temp. to low
Use DIAG (SIM5-2) to checkthe heater lamp
Blinking operation.
If the heater lamp blinksnormally:
Check the thermistor and its harness.
Check thethermistor input circuit in the
control PWB.
If the heater lampdoes not light:
Check for heater lamp disconnection and
thermostatdisconnection.
Check the interlock switch.
Check the AC PWB andthe lamp control
circuit in the control PWB.
Use DIAG (SIM14) to cancel the trouble.

H2-0 Fusing unit temperature error
H4-0 The fusing unit doesn't heat up.
***ALWAYS DISCONNECT POWER WHEN WORKINGON MACHINE***
You have to reset fuser errors with simulation 14.Push P * C * then 14 then Start (the button you use to make copies)and it should reset the code. If not then replace the fuser.
SM5-1 should turn the lamp on. If lamp blinks on and off it is thethermistor, if it does not it is the lamp, but check the contacts onthe lamp/fuser -- they have been known to erode.
Also check thermal fuse, if defectivereplace.

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Canon D861 copier


Garner,,, the C000 code is a fuser error code on this machine. It can "sometimes" pop up after a power surge/spike/loss event, and needs to be reset in service technician mode. If it doesn't reset, but rather comes back, you probably need a sevice call for something defective in the fuser (lamp, fuse, thermister).

 

IF YOU'RE GAME, here it is...

 

To enter service simulation: press"Additional Functions" to enter "User mode". Press # key. Press </> to select a menu item. enter new data using number keys. Press "Set/OK" key. Press Stop/additional functions to exit.

Note: To reset E000, E001, E002, E003, go to service mode 4. select SET, go to "#7 PRINT-ER," in service mode. Then press Execute "#4 PRINTER RESET."  Power the unit off/on.

Oct 11, 2007 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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