The letter '' H '' show up as the machine shuts down after its warm up cycle. Took the lamp out which was green on the end from corrosion but not sure if this is actual problem. It says take to dealer repair. Thank you, Frank White
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i want get solution for my 3050 xerox machine. while taking the copy the background coming black, idon't know the reason, i changed explosure lamp, primary corona end block, tonner, but till the problem is background black, if one copy comes clear another copy will be black. if know the solution kindly pass the message to my cell no.7760191629.
Sounds like a RAM problem. Go to the back of the machine, You will see 2 large, thumb Screws, Twist them about half a turn and remove the main board. Remove and reinsert the memory stick. If that does not fix it the main board or the electronics module has probably failed.
Hi sir;Try to make a copy with open cover ( check the exposure lamp is on), if exposure lamp not on andyou already replace a new one then check the thermos fuse at the end of the lamp, replace that one.
what you want to do is this, turn the machine off. Remove the back cover. Then on the main board you should see a memory stick or 2 depending on the model. Remove the memory sticks, then power up the machine with them out. Let it come to ready, then re install the memory sticks and power the machine back up to remove any software corruption.
There is a lock that has been hit and has the scan lamp locked.
Where to look is on the botom of the scanner. Look in where you remove the copies, on the bottom of the scanner you will see the only green part there, it is about 2 inches long and a half inch wide.
Turn the machine off, reach in and push the latch full IN, toward the back of the machine, then pull it our toward you until it snaps into place fully forward, It may be a little tight with it against the lamp carriage, but once you get it latched forward it will return to normal.
That latch is easy to hit when you are removing your copies from the tray.
An E7 is related to the scanner. The lamp carriage is gettiing hung up on something or a cable has broken or popped off a pulley. What I have seen most of the times, is the lamp carriage is hitting the sensor that tells the machine the lamp is in the ready position. Biased to the left side of the machine. remove the platen glass and see if you can move the lamp fairly easily. And when movine it back to the left, pay attention if you feel it hitting something.
Also here is the procedure to clear the code. Performing a Fault Reset 1 01 will reset your Scanner, and allow you to check the Scanner for broken parts as it moves.
Find the pink Clear button on the Control Panel of the WorkCentre.
Find the button below the word Auto.
Press these buttons in the following sequence: [Clear], [Auto], [Clear], [Auto]
NOTE: All of the lights on the Control Panel should go out and the LED Display should go blank. If the lights do not go out, then repeat step 3 until they do. It may be necessary to increase or decrease the pace of the [Clear], [Auto], [Clear], [Auto] sequence.
Press the [1's] Key to enter 1 in the LED Display, as if you were to make 1 copy.
Press the green [Start] button. '00' will flash in the LED Display.
Press the [1's] Key to enter 01 in the LED Display, as if you were to make 1 copy.
Press the green [Start] button. '01' will be in the LED Display and '100%' will be selected.
Lift the Document Cover.
Press the green [Start] button. The Scanner Bar should move from left to right under the Platen Glass.
Visually check the Scanner Bar as it is moving to make sure it runs all the way across.
Check the Mirror that follows the Scanner Bar to see if it is broken or cracked.
NOTE: If you need to see the Scanner Bar and Mirror move again, press the green [Start] button again.
Press the pink [Clear] button four times.
The WorkCentre should now warm up and come to ready.
One of the halogen lamps that heats the drum has gone bad. You can tell by shutting the machine off, and easiest if you turn the office or room lights off. Once you shut the machine down, on the right side cover,( looking from the front its the right) there is a vented area, some rectangular slots where the exhaust fan blows outward. As you power on the machine look into the machine via those slots. In a 1-2 minutes you should see a pretty decent glow inside the machine, IF those lamps are working, I very seriously doubt you will see any light inside the machine. If you don't, you know one or both of the lamps are bad. They are simply 120 volt , 150 watt halogen lamps, The 4 inch length lamps. They can be purchased at any Lowes, Home Depot etc. If you want to try replacing those yourself let me know and post me your E-mail address and I will send you the directions. Should cost you less than $20 to fix. Xerox will want about $250 to just show up and close to another $300 for the heater assembly which you DO NOT need.
If it takes a long time to cycle, then shuts down. I suspect the drum heaters are defective.
Best way to find that out is, turn off yout room lights, then turn the machine on.
There is a fan exaust on the right side of the printer where there are sloted openings.
When you turn the machine, look in that fan slot and see if you see lights inside the printer. There should be a candesent type of glow you see about 20 seconds to a minute after you turn on the machine. Leave it on for a couple of minutes, but if you see no lights the heater or heaters are bad. They are standard 120 volt 150 watt halogen lamps. Tricky to change. But it can be done.
If it is a 8200 or older, 860,850 etc there are 2 halogen lamps in the drum heater. One or both of those are blown out.
Phaser or Xerox will only sell you a heater assembly.But you can go to any hardware store and pick up 150 watt 120/130 voe halogen short lamps and replace them.
What you want to do is look into the fan openings on the printer when you turn it on, and see if you see lamps glowing.
If you do not, that is the problem, It is very common.