Question about Sharp AR-405 Printer
Could be faulty capacitor on the power supply or main board. It is usually the power supply. Try unplugging machine for 24 to reset itself and then try again. If you are hearing a clicking noise, it could be power supply or a relay if there is one in your unit.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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