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A hard reset can clear minor error codes. A lot of times you do not really need to call for your support contractor. Sometimes errors stop the function of a machine, but the machine could still function properly with a hard reset. Perhaps there is a better description than hard reset, as "reset disable function" is a little bit confusing and not a phrase you were likely look for.
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Use at your own risk. Perhaps there is a possibility of causing damage. Again, contact your provider.
From our copier service company:
This reset is used for two purposes:
1) reset any data that may be "hung up" in the hard drive.
2) reset an error code and attempt to continue use. (If the error recurs, then you should escalate to whomever supports the copier.
Hard Reset Procedure:
Press Status button
Enter 10871087 - You are now in Maintenance Mode
Enter 906 (do not enter any other numbers!)
Copier tells you to turn it off/on
Turn off power by switch on right side of copier (hard power off)
Turn on power by switch on right
I have seen to use code 163 instead of 906. I don't know what this does. Again, consult experts before using this code or any others.
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Sharp Fuser H2-0 Fusing unit
H4-0 The fusing unit doesn't heat up.
***ALWAYS DISCONNECT POWER WHEN WORKING
ON MACHINE*** You have to reset fuser errors with simulation 14.
Push P * C * then 14 then Start (the button you use to make copies)
and it should reset the code. If not then replace the fuser. SM
5-1 should turn the lamp on. If lamp blinks on and off it is the
thermistor, if it does not it is the lamp, but check the contacts on
the lamp/fuser -- they have been known to erode.
Also check thermal fuse, if defective
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