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Re: Wont Warm Up
If it is a 8200 or older, 860,850 etc there are 2 halogen lamps in the drum heater. One or both of those are blown out.
Phaser or Xerox will only sell you a heater assembly.But you can go to any hardware store and pick up 150 watt 120/130 voe halogen short lamps and replace them.
What you want to do is look into the fan openings on the printer when you turn it on, and see if you see lamps glowing.
If you do not, that is the problem, It is very common.
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Fuser warm-up failure
• The thermistor /1 does not detect the specified temperature and the warm-up cycle is not completed even after the lapse of a given period of time after the cycle has been started.
main motor has failed to reach revolution within specified time- in other words - something is siezed solid and is preventing the machine from turning over into normal warm up operation-
suggest if you have recently replaced a toner cartridge/ fuser/ Image transfer belt then remove the new item and cycle the power without the unit installed. if tour machine warms up then complains about no cartridge then you have confirmation of the new unit being faulty-
if you are using 3rd party toners/ fusers then that could also be your problem. 3rd Party toners do NOT save money rather they will incur repair costs as they are not correctly prepared for re-use.
• The Fusing Roller Thermistor does not detect the required temperature within 30 sec. after a warmup cycle has begun; therefore, the copier does not complete the warm-up cycle. • The temperature of the Fusing Rollers does not reach the required level even after the set period of time has elapsed during a warm-up cycle.
You may have a bad fuser section. Another reset method is a small button located on the right side of the machine under on the scanner section. Locate your network port, then to the left of the port is a small cover that can be removed, behind that cover on the left is a small black button, use a paper clip or ball point pen and press the button, this will do a machine reset. When the operation panel abort starts to load hit the number 3 button, you should see a small back circle in the top right of the operation panel. This will give you the option to do a trouble reset. If this does not work you will need a technician to come out and replace the fuser section, make sure they bring one with them so they don't have to reschedule and come back.
I concur with Copier Jocky with regards to the definition of the code C-0500. However, you'll want to reset the code, which isn't as straightforward as switching the machine on and off. Please use caution when resetting this particular code because the code relates to the fuser. Konica Minolta make fuser related codes not normal to reset. They do this because there is the potential for fuser units to have excessive temperatures too. If you keep resetting a machine with excessive temperature, the end result would be a melted unit! The reset procedure is to turn ON the Power Switch with the Stop key held down. If the fault comes back, you'll need to get your local technician out. if it goes away - fantastic!
clean the connectors of the toner cartridge, transfer unit, drum cartridge. did it signal ** toner? replace if needed. check the status of your printer install the printer utility then see the machine status you will see error codes. tell me if what is the code..