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My printer is coding a 50.2 fusion error. Do I

My printer is coding a 50.2 fusion error. Do I need to replace the pc and if so where is it located in printer?

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That is a fuser error, probably need to replace the fuser and it's the hot unit in the back of the machine, the last part before the paper exits.

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If a 50 SERVICE error message is displayed, turn the printer OFF for at least 10 minutes. Failure to wait the full 10 minutes before turning the printer ON results in a continuation of the error message and the shutting off of the fuser lamp current during this time, though the source of the error may have already been resolved.

If this does not resolve the problem then you will need to have the unit serviced professionally as there are several possibilities to check and possibly replace to cure the problem.

If you are competent with electronics and testing drop me a note to kw7157@yahoo.co.uk and I can give you much more info relating to this issue that will not fit in the space allowed here. This is not for someone that does not know what to do and parts are not cheap and getting harder to find for these older models.

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