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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: xerox 7750 fan failure code
I have had this problem on several occasions and I have come up with a good solution to the problem. The only tool you will need is a hammer. You have to go around to the back left of the printer where the fuser fan is located. You can tell it by the slotted area sticking out. Now, take the hammer and hold it at a 45 degree angle to the slotted area. And applying a liberal amount of force, proceed to attemt to insert the hammer through the slotted area. If you do this right, the fan should come out of the printer...in pieces. Thus, solving the problem. If there is no fan, there is no problem, right?
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
unless you know how to service preheater/drum heater then you have no choice but to ask the qualified person to do it for you....
YOu can read more details baout the failure at below link..
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Even if your printer's front control panel display has not gone bad yet, it could only be a matter of time.
If your printer has never had its control panel display replaced, you can get a free replacement from Xerox, even if the printer is out of warranty. Just call 877-571-7765 with the serial number of your printer.
I think this is due to a known defect from the factory for many of these panels having a bad soder weld which eventually causes issues with the panel, even if not apparent at first. That was the case I had. Just one day out of the blue my panel went blank, some days its lit with no display others the display is upside down or reading gibberish other times it seems to work fine. I tried looking for a bad soder myself but couldn't find it then later found out there was a soder issue via another post on this site and they will replace this panel free of charge.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
That error signifies a printhead tilt fault. You need to replace the process drive camshaft kit, part number 8900-Z1.
Posted on Feb 29, 2016
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