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U4-2 code on xerox 5320 copier. Is it the thermistor? Can I replace it and how? Thanks.

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  • edztshirts Oct 09, 2009

    The U4-2 code has been displayed for months now and I cannot do anything but to turn off the copier. Is there a way to fix it myself? The parts are online. The fuser or the thermistor, I just don't know which to replace. The code definition states that the fuser is "low."

  • Marvo2 May 11, 2010

    Hi, It's a fuser (heat roller) fault. Short answer is no, it's a tech replacement. The U4-2 is usually tied to fusers overheating so try turn off and allow it to cool for half an hour then start up again and see will it clear.. How did that work?

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Hi,

Yeah, the U4 codes are from the fuser unit.. And no, it's not a user replaceable part..
I'd take it to any half decent printer repair place and see what they say. The 5320 is pretty old so I don't know what the current availability of spares is like..

Posted on Oct 14, 2009

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