Question about Dell 5100cn Laser Printer
Dell 5100cn error code 016-302. What does this mean and how can it be corrected?
My printer is connected directly to a network.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 5100cn error 016-310
The controller card on the 5100CN is located at the rear of the printer.
Rotate open the paper tray cover, remove the 3 screws securing the controller card assembly to the chassis. ( one at the bottom middle, one at each of the top two corners ), and slide the assembly towards you to remove.
NOTE: If you have a replacement Controller card that you are going to replace, you must migrate the existing NVRAM Chip from the old card to the new card. Even if the replacement card contains an NVRAM Chip, the old chip must be used in order to prevent an NVAM error.
Also ensure use of proper ESD Handling proceedures to prevent damage to the board and NVRAM Chip.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
The following steps are the troubleshooting steps that should be followed for error code 010 397.
First, the definition of the failure is <IOT Fuser Failure>, and means a Fuser Error is detected.
1) With power off, reseat the fuser by physically removing it from the printer, then reinstalling it and locking it in place. Turn the power back on. ( if the error is still present, proceed to step 2 ).
2) If reseating the fuser did not resolve the problem, Replace the fuser with a known good fuser.
( if problem is not resolved, proceed to step 3)
3) Replace the LVPS ( low voltage power supply ). ( if problem not resolved, proceed to step 4 ).
4) Replace the PWBA MCU ( printed wiring board assembly - machine control unit ).
END of troubleshooting.........
In most cases, the fuser itself is the problem. If you tried to reseat or replace the fuser while power was still on, the LVPS could have been damaged just as if there were an electrical storm.
Hopefully this helped.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
SOURCE: dell 5100cn change ip address
Changing Printer's IP Address isn't that complicated. There are two ways on how to change the printer's IP Address.
If you know the old printer's IP address, you can simply type that old IP address on the Address Bar of your Internet Explorer or any other browser (ex: http://192.168.1.101). It should redirect you to the printer's User Interface. From there you can go to Network then TCP/IP settings. You can change the IP address of the printer. Make sure to use an IP address within the same range of your network.
The other way to change the printer's IP address is by its own Menu/Settings on the printer's LCD panel.
On your printer, press Menu then got Settings. Look for Network or LAN settings and click on Advance. Select TCP/IP and click on Edit. You can now change the IP address of the printer from there. Click on Done or Save after that.
Note: Make sure the use the correct IP address within the network's range.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
This is a little bit of a tricky one, First, remove any LAN/USB cable and cancel any print jobs. You will have to remove the top cover to easily rotate the "rubber" belt until you see the silver square appear near the foam "window"...actually more like a cutout.
Remove the drum cartridge from the top of the printer. Now, stand it up with the blue roller up and facing you. Then turn the blue roller on the very edges, so your fingers did not touch until a silver box shows up in the window (where the foam was) on the bottom right. Put it back together, and that should do it!! Good Luck :)
Hope This Helps
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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