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My Xerox 6280 is getting an ADC Sensor Error 092-651 when I have printed several jobs of about 12 pages each. Is this a known problem?

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Hi ....

There could be 2 solutions for this problem ...

1) Switch off the device ... wait for 10 seconds and then switch it back on ... most of the time it resolve the problem ..

2) If this does not resolve the problem, you need to remove and re-install the transfer unit which will resolve the problem for sure ...

Follow the below steps to remove and re-install the transfer unit.

CAUTION: Be careful not to touch the black Transfer Belt when replacing the unit. Handle the Transfer Unit by the release latches and the tabs on the left and right side of the unit.

  1. Power OFF the printer using the power switch located on the right side of the printer, toward the back. Press the power switch to the (O) position.

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  2. Disconnect the power cord.

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  3. Press the button on the top, right side of the printer to open the FronMy Xerox 6280 is getting an ADC Sensor Error - 6180-cov-front-open.jpgg src="http://i.fixya.net/uploads/images/6180-cov-front-open.jpg" alt="6180-cov-front-open.jpg" class="h_mi" />

  4. Grasp and squeeze the green release latches located on the left and right side of the Transfer Unit. Rotate the transfer unit up until the notch on the shaMy Xerox 6280 is getting an ADC Sensor Error - 6180mfp-trans-unit-latches.jpgg bracket cutout.

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<li class=Pull up on the right side of the unit to free it from the bracket, and then slide the unit to the right to remove it from the machine.

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  5. Slide the unit to the left while rotating the unit to align the shaft-notch with the right My Xerox 6280 is getting an ADC Sensor Error - 6180mfp-trans-unit-install3.jpgen press down until the shaft fully seats into the bracket.

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  6. Gently rotate the unit down until the release latches snap into place. Do not push on or touch the black belt.

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  7. Close the Front Cover.
  8. Connect the power cord, and then power ON the printer. A 'Ready to Print' message will be displayed on the Display Screen.
Please vote if this helps ... Cheers :)

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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