Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Hello, 1. Our AEG Lavamat Carat 47328 stopped working from one moment to the other. 2. When I program the machine, the digital display will show the usual info (but NO error code). 3. Once having pressed the starting button, the cover locks up properly and the pump is starting its routine three seconds or so expulsion. 4. After that the clock will count down, but nothing is happening. 5. The machine is not turning/spinning and no water is being poured in. 6. I tried the error code procedure, but - although many codes appear during the turning of the program-button, no particular code is showing up in its final position (as has been promised by some advice-paper). 7. I also removed the side panels of the machine and opened up the above part of the print and I opened the ENV box below-rear in the machine. 8. I have not noticed anything unusual nor is there a flavor of burned plastic. 9. As far as I can judge, all the connections in the AEG are being well placed. 10. So what in your opinion should I do to solve the problem. kind regards
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I guess your machine has a serious problem with the purge unit.
Its indicated thru error 39. (the other ones are quite normal: A! menas Cover open (when replacing carts) and the 8x are related to paper feeder (running without paper/paper jam))
Have a look on the encoder disc which is positioned on one of the big white gear wheels on left hand side. Is it stained or broken/scratched? Do you hear scratching noises when machine is powered up?
Anyway its worth a look. But it could be that the print head has dryed out/clogged though it wasnt cleaned for a while.
If you cant get the error clear the only way to fix the machine is to replace the whole print unit including ph and cart holder (incl. tubes). This is quite simple to do because you can simply unplug the connectors on the main circuit (left hand side red/black cable), loose one screw which is within the metal (position near power inlet, can be seen from above), unfasten the cart holder connector to main board. Unfasten the two white flat cable of the ph.
The whole spare part can be used from a dcp 110c/dcp 115c which you can buy as a 2.hand one at eBay. HAve a look for a dcp with broken scanner glass ;-)
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
SOURCE: Reverse printing
Open your printers/faxes folder, right click the printer you want to change, select properties. In that window, click on printing preferences. Click on the next to last icon (should be an A with a red arrow going to an upside down A). On that screen is an option to reverse print. Click on it.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2008
You it is necessary to make sure visual(optic) to see the sensor(pick-off) of that node(knot;element), which(who) you is informed.Byvat that conk or клинят sensors(pick-offs) of the passing, electronics in this case her(its)(her) fault is practically excluded. Extremely(Most) seldom(rarely) such быват.I work(operate) 18 years I had 1 or 2 times, but only mechanical damages much(highly;very much) often were. The Sensor(Pick-off) conks or клинит, when remoove the stuck paper. I am simply(merely) run away that reason in sensor. Good luck you!
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
If you've done all of those steps and the problem keeps happening, it's most likely a dirty or defective thermistor, or a blown thermostat. The simplest solution is to replace the fusing unit as a whole, but if you want to save money, you can take the fusing unit out (the black unit on the upper right side, the one that heats up) and using a multimeter, determine if one of the thermostats is bad. Also, check the thermistors (the sensors that lay against the hot roller) for any built-up toner, and check the continuity of the fuser lamp while you have the unit opened up.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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