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Xerox Phaser 8500 error code 07010.43:24708 I have this error showing - have had printer apart and cleaned ink out but without any joy. Can anyone tell me what is wrong or suggest a solution please? Multiple turn offs and restarts with cleaning routine have had no effect at all. Thanks!

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The most dependable fix for this is to replace the Process Motor 127K53240 and 2 camshafts, 008K02160 and 020K14800. Yes, you need all 3 parts.

This one is so common that it follows this solution 80-90% of the time

You may need help realigning everything properly afterwards.

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The problem is either a bad process drive gear you need to update the firmware.

you can get the firmware at:

http://www.support.xerox.com/go/results.asp?Xtype=download&prodID=8560&Xlang=en_US&Xcntry=USA

You must be at a ready state to update the firmware. if you cannot power up to a ready state you can try removing the roll from the maintenance kit and powering up the unit.

DO NOT USE THE UNIT LIKE THIS ONLY TO UPDATE THE FIRMWARE!

After updating the firmware reinstall the roll or replace the maintenance kit.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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Hi alastairhans: Here is you problem. 7,010.43: The printhead is stuck in the tilted position, or is not able to tilt forward to the print position, due to problems. Troubleshooting Procedure Step Questions and Actions Yes No 1 1. Reboot the printer. 2. Did this correct the problem? Complete. Go to Step 2. 2 1. Do the printhead lock arms rotate correctly? Go to Step 3. Repair/replace the lock arms. 3 1. Has ink spilled ink around the printhead that prevents the printhead from moving to its center position? You should be able to manually push the printhead right to left. Clean the printhead area. Go to Step 4. 4 1. Does the X-axis motor drive the printhead to it?s center position (so it can tilt forward)? Go to step 5. Troubleshoot the X-axis drive. 5 1. Check the process gearbox for obstructions or damaged. 2. Ensure the gears are correctly aligned and homed. 3. Verify the process shaft and drive module shaft are at their home positions. 4. Did this correct the problem? Complete. Go to Step 6. 6 1. Has ink spilled on the head tilt gear on its drive train (near left side of the printhead). Clean the gears. Go to Step 7. 7 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Head Maintenance Wiper Clutch test. 2. Did the test fail? Replace the wiper drive clutch. Go to Step 8. 8 1. Ensure the wiper is properly aligned. 2. Use service diagnostics to run the Wiper Drive Test. 3. Did the test fail? Replace the exit module assembly. Go to Step 9. 9 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Load Maintenance Clutch test. 2. Did the test fail? Inspect the maintenance drive system, replace any defective parts. Go to step 10 10 1. Verify the headtilt gear will engage. You can manually set the headtilt gear. 2. Is the gear engaged properly? Go to Step 11. Set the headtilt gear. 11 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Tilt Axis Drive test. 2. Did the test fail? Replace the process gearbox. Go to Step12. 12 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Process Motor test. 2. Did the test fail? Replace the process motor. Hope this helps

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