Question about Xerox Phaser 4500/YDX Printer
The clicking noise is created by flat spots on the fuser rollers. The flat spots on the rollers create a ?chatter? in the fuser gear drive train. This noise does not affect the performance of the printer and does not affect print quality.
All new fusers are shipped with restraints that keep the rollers separated during storage. If the fusers sit without the restraints installed for a period of time, flat spots can develop on the rollers which can result in a ?thumping? noise and will create a ?clicking? noise in the fuser gear drive train.
If a printer sits idle for long periods of time, flat spots can develop. If Power Saver is disabled and the printer sits idle for long periods of time while powered on, the flat spots will develop at an accelerated rate.
The clicking noise is created by flat spots on the fuser rollers. The flat spots on the rollers create a ?chatter? in the fuser gear drive train. This noise does not affect the performance of the printer and does not affect print quality.To decrease the possibility of flat spots developing, set Power Saver to On with a Power Saver Timeout of 30 minutes
To decrease the possibility of flat spots developing, set Power Saver to On with a Power Saver Timeout of 30 minutes.
If a printer or fuser is not going to be used for an extended period of time or will be placed in storage for future use, re-insert the fuser restraints. The fuser restraints can be in place and the fuser installed in the printer
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A networked printer shouldnt be turned off, but it will go into a sleep mode you can select how soon it does this.
-Carl, please let me know if this helps.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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Posted on Sep 02, 2009
SOURCE: Xerox Phaser 4500 printer has
From the Xerox Phaser 4500 Service Manual (here), the main problems could be one of:
It could be that your fuser needs to be replaced, but as you can see that code relates to a couple of problems, so even replacing the Fuser might not fix the problem.
If it doesn't even do the warm up checks it is likely to be the fuser because the other components such as STS failure and cooldown won't have had a chance to run..
Posted on May 04, 2011
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