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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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1. Turn the printer off and allow
it to cool down.
2. Reinstall the fuser, and check
the connector (J100) that
connects the fuser and the
printer. Replace the
connector if it is damaged.
3. Turn the printer off and
remove the fuser. Measure
the resistance between the
connector pins on the fuser. If
resistance does not meet the
following guidelines, replace
J100LB-5 to J100LB-6: 300 -
J100LB-1 to J100LB-2: less
than 1 KOhm
4. Check for continuity between
connector pins J100-5 and
J100-6. If there is no
continuity, replace the fuser.
5. Replace the fuser power
6. Replace the DC controller
PCB. Calibrate the printer
after replacing the DC
Its usually the fuser when this error pops up though and heres a good place to get it pretty reasonable
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