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Most copiers and printers have a mode called power save mode. If the Machine is not in use it saves energy and powers down to a lower level. Once it receives a print job it takes a bit for it to warm up. It can take up to a couple minutes on some machines to do their self test while powering up. As long as it gets to the ready mode to unit is good. On some unit you can disable the power save mode or make the between going into power save mode longer.
Try to power on the printer without the toner kit and the waste toner box. If the printer stacks again at self test. Next step.... remove one part at time and check if the printer displays any message. First remove the developer unit and power on the machine (normal message "Missing Developer Unit"). Then pull out the fuser unit and power on the machine (normal message "Close Rear Cover"). And finally, remove the Drum Unit and power on the printer (normal message "Call Service 7410").
If the printer still stacks at Self Test, then that is not a good sign. Try to upgrade the printer' s firmware (system + engine). There is a possibility to go further from Self Test.
If it does not, then you have to replace the main pwb.
You will either have to take off the back cover and remove the memory battery. One of those round lithium batteries and reinstall it or go to xerox.com, download the newest level of firmware and load it to the machine.
You may also want to try turning the machine off. unplugging the hard drive and see if it works like that.If it works without the hard drive replace it. If all those steps do not work replace the main board.
Just read your machine user manual.you will find detail info.about all the button.
NOTE: Do not skip ''self test". because during self test mode machine check it self & make sure that it is working properly.
You can try a factory reset (reboot).Here are the steps..
The following will set your recorder to the Factory defaults. (Will not format HD on DMRE80).
With power off (stand-by mode/CLOCK DISPLAY SHOWING):
1)Press and hold [skip reverse] [Time Slip] [Eject] buttons for about 10 sec 2)Display will show 'L1 TEST' 3)Now power off DURING TEST 4)Clock should be fashing 12:00 5)Turn power on and language menu will be displayed on TV
Use for DMRE50 DMRE55 DMRE85 For the DMRE75V press both [dub] buttons and [eject].