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An Invalid Engine Code error message may mean that your printer has lost the stored operating code for the engine board. Here's an article in the Lexmark website that will guide you on what to do when encountering this problem. Just click on this link http://bit.ly/cJLGMp. Hope this helps. If you need more assistance, leave a comment and I'll get back to it. Thanks.
Sounds like you've experienced a fairly common problem with Lexmark Optra printers. The engine board has more than likely failed. Rather than go to to Lexmark, try this site for a less expensive replacement board...
Try putting the old fuser back and see if it gets rid of the error, then if that's the case the new fuser is defective. If not, here's a link to the Lexmark website which gives you instructions on what to do when having that "Invalid Engine Code" error message. http://bit.ly/9D61W3. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need more assistance.
i take it that your getting an invalide engine code error? this is caused usually by the printer taking a power surge. you can get a batch file from lexmark to reflash the engine board however if it will take the code it usually odesnt last to long. change the engine board and your problem will go away
you can get bat file from lexmark that will reprogram the nvram chip. the problem is when those errors start it because of a corrupted control code. the nvram has reached its read write max. there is also an eprom that goes bad. we replace them both