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Fault codes 14 & 15 ATC sensor failures. Developer beads had been replaced and printer was working. Then codes appeared. Tried to clear fault codes by holding back and info buttons while turning on power to clear NVRAM but menu will not go past the Initializing screen.

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  • 4hotspot Nov 23, 2009

    Please do a chargeback to my credit card account.

    Reject solution... Number one, I don't know how web cameras got onto my problems. Don't own one...


    My posted question asked basically how to reset the NVRAM on a Xerox Phaser 7750 Color Laser Printer for error code 14 & 15..



    I have a Service Manual and had already done some troubleshooting.



    Per the instructions in the manual, I've pushed the RETURN and INFO buttons while turning power on and then released them when the menu goes to INITIALIZING. The menu does not proceed past that INITIALIZING.



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1st off u have not provided the make and the model of the printer, the next problem is you have this listed under "WEB CAMERAS"

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Hi.

On Xerox Faser:

Remove the Rear Cover , and Rear Shield , Measure the voltage at P534-5 on the Engine Control Board. Does the voltage measure between +1 VDC and +3 VDC?
Yes - Replace the Engine Control Board
No- Replace the Developer Housing Assembly
Replace the Engine Control Board , Replace the Developer Housing Assembly.

Regards.

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Sln for Xerox wc 5330 error code 092-315


092-315 ATC Fail RAP
BSD-ON: BSD 9.3 - Development and Toner Dispense Control
The frequency at which the ATC Average Fail or the ATC Amplitude Fail has been occurring
has exceeded the threshold value.
NOTE: •
Although this Fault can be cleared by turning the power OFF and ON and it will be possible to output a few sheets of printouts, when this Fault has occurred a certain number of
times, it will no longer be clearable by turning the power OFF and ON. To clear it, clear the
value of NVM location [752-022] (ATC Average Fail) or NVM location [752-023] (ATC
Amplitude Fail) to "0" (
NVM Read/Write). If the machine is not repaired back to normal
status, this Fault will occur again during the operation.
• When turning the power OFF, turn OFF the power switch first and then the main power
switch.
Procedure
Check the following:
• The connection between the MCU PWB
P/J413 and the Xero/Developer Cartridge P/
J615
for open circuit, short circuit, and poor contact
• The Toner Dispense Motor for revolution failure:
Component Control [093-002] (PL 8.2)
• The Toner Cartridge for internal toner blockage
If no problems are found, replace the following parts in sequence:
• Drum Cartridge (
PL 8.1)
• MCU PWB (
PL 18.2)

See Service Manual page 827 (2-831):
https://docviewer.yandex.ru/?url=ya-disk-public%3A%2F%2FEXv3f5bJ9f7WprcvyqxuiVsXMlmyrp4nx2LzJa50u6s%3D&name=Xerox_WC_5335F_SD.pdf&page=827&c=55716712dd0d

Xerox WorkCentre 5335 Family 5325 5330 5335 Service Manual

Jun 05, 2015 | Xerox WorkCentre 5325 5330 5335 Black...

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Cyan ATC sensor failure. Error code 14. I replaced developer and did ATC sensor setup. Still having issue.


Yellow ATC Sensor Failure,Code12
Magenta ATC Sensor Failure,Code13
Cyan ATC Sensor Failure,Code14
The ATC Sensor detects an insufficient amount of developer.

Note
If this failure reoccurs three times successively, an Engine NVRAM value is set preventing further printer use until the Clear Tech Rep Fault (see pg.6-20) is performed.

Troubleshooting Procedure
Step Actions and Questions Yes No 1 Is the problem toner and/or developer empty. Replace the toner or developer. Go to step 2. 2 Is the ATC sensor clean and free of dust, toner or any other contaminates? Go to step3. Clean the ATC sensor. 3 1.Check the ATC sensor wiring harness Yellow=P/J129
Magenta=P/J130 Cyan=P/J131
2.Is the wiring harness or the sensor defective? Replace the ATC Sensor and/or wiring harness. Go to step 4. 4 1.Remove the Rear Cover and RearShield.
2.Measure the voltage at...Yellow=P405B3 Magenta=P405B8 Cyan=P405A10
on the engine control board.
3.Is the voltage between+1 and
+3VDC? Replace the engine control board. Go to step 5. 5 1.Measure the voltage at...Yellow=P405B14 Magenta=P405B11 Cyan=P405A11
on the engine control board.
2.Is the voltage+5VDC? Replace the engine control board. Go to step 6. 6
1.Measure the voltage at...Yellow=P405B2 Magenta=P405B9 Cyan=P405A9
on the engine control board.
2.Is the voltage 0VDC? Replace the engine control board.
Go to step7.
7
1.Remove the Imaging Unit Plate cover.
2.Inspect the wiring harness between the engine control board and the developer housing assembly.
3.Is the wiring harness defective? Replace the wiring harness.
Replace the ATC Sensor.
8
Run approximately 10 pages of the solid fill full-page prints for this color to ensure the error is cleared.


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2001 chrysler town and country. A\C heat Blowers will not work when controlled my front main pannel. It is a auto temp controlled system. The rear blower will work but no heat when controlled by the rear...


Hi,
This may be similar to what I just fixed on an '00 dodge:
http://www.dodgeintrepid.net/showthread.php?t=89711

Accessing the Integrated Diagnostic System:

Procedure for Automatic Temp Control (ATC) equipped vehicles:

With the engine ON and the vehicle stopped set the temp to 75*F. Next hold down the Floor, Mix and Defrost buttons until the ATC display begins to flash. While the display is flashing, the system will run it's tests and calibrations.

When the display stops flashing, the tests and calibrations are complete.

The ATC display can only display one error code at a time. Any stored codes can be scrolled through by pressing the Panel mode button once for each code. DO NOT press any other button or you will have to start the test over. Note the codes and refer to the list below to determine what system is malfunctioning.

List of Climate Control DTCs:
23: Blend door actuator feedback failure (bad servo)
24: Mode door actuator feedback failure (bad servo)
25: Ambient temp sensor failure
26: ATC In Car thermister failure (ATC only, bad ATC head or ATC head disconnected while battery is connected)
27: ATC in car sensor failure (ATC only)
31: Recirculation door actuator stalled (stuck door or bad servo)
32: Blend door actuator stall failure (stuck door or bad servo)
33: Mode door actuator stall failure (stuck door or bad servo)
34: Engine temperature message not received (ATC only, bad ATC head or bus failure)
35: Evaporator sensor failure
36: ATC control communication failure (bad ATC head or bus failure)
37: Blend door actuator output shorted to battery (bad servo or wiring fault)
38: Blend door actuator output shorted to ground (bad servo or wiring fault)
39: Mode door actuator output shorted to battery (bad servo or wiring fault)
40: Mode door actuator output shorted to ground (bad servo or wiring fault)
41: Recirculation door actuator output shorted to battery (bad servo or wiring fault)
42: Recirculation door actuator output shorted to ground (bad servo or wiring fault)
43: Common door shorted to battery (probable wiring fault, could be a servo that failed in an odd manner)
44: Common door shorted to ground (probable wiring fault, could be a servo that failed in an odd manner)
45: A/C control blend door input open or shorted with respect to ground (MTC only, wiring fault or bad servo)
46: A/C control blend door shorted to battery (MTC only, wiring fault or bad servo)
47: A/C switch failure (MTC only)
48: A/C control mode door input shorted to ground (MTC only, wiring fault or bad servo)
49: A/C control mode door input shorted to battery (MTC only, wiring fault or bad servo)
50: A/C control electric backlite (EBL) switch fails (MTC only)

51: System voltage too low for calibration!!! (check battery cables, battery and alternator!)

Dec 10, 2014 | 2001 Chrysler Town & Country

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FAULT CODE 009-380


The Yellow ATC Sensor detects a low TC (toner concentration).


Initial Action

  • Check that Toner/Developer is present.
  • Check the Yellow ATC Sensor for contamination. Ensure that the sensor is seated correctly.

NOTE:
To clear this fault, enter Component Control and set the value of NVM location 752-109 to 0.

This can be caused by many things. I've seen broken Drum contacts from improper drum installation causing Developer bead carryover. Toner dispense motor assy's failing. Developer Housing failure. DVHVPS failure.

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Xerox phaser 7760 saying "black ATC sensor failure - code 009-380", i changed developer and xerox phaser 7760 saying "black ATC sensor failure - code 009-380", i changed developer and xerox phaser 776


When you have a sensor failure, you need to replace the black ATC sensor and recalibrate it. Another reason for sensor failure is you are not getting toner moved down to mix with the developer...the toner tube/auger spring could be clogged up or not functioning.

Also if you changed the developer housing when you changed the developer, you need to change the value to the new sensor # that comes with the housing.

Feb 16, 2014 | Xerox Phaser 7760DN Laser Printer

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Black atc sensor failure


    The Black ATC sensor detects an insufficient amount of developer. Remove fuser and visualy check black developer housing. Does developer even on magnetic roll?
    If this failure reoccurs three times successively, you will need to clear Tech Rep Fault in service mode.

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Error 14 scanner


That sensor is located in the developer housing. You can either replace the sensor, or replace the developer housing, which comes with the sensor. Either way, you will need to go into diagnostics and set the value of the new ATC sensor after replacement. (You will need to replace the developer powder if you get a new developer housing)

Sep 19, 2013 | Xerox Phaser 7700 Laser Printer

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How to change developer beads


I have the complete 9 page instructions with images if you want I can e-mail them to you. Here is a snippet explaining just the portion of the beads. (email me at itsallnoise2me@gmail.com for complete instructions). Also, if you purchase the developer beads from iteminc.com they will include the instructions " 1. Place the developer housing assembly (new or used) to be recharged on a drop cloth. Caution During this procedure, the developer housing assembly must be kept level at all times. To prevent toner spillage, it is recommended that the developer housing assembly be fully supported level by laying it on something like a large piece of cloth, paper towels or styrofoam hollowed out for the developer housing assembly to lie on. If new, remove the protective cover over the magnetic roller. Do not touch the magnetic roller. Note The wires are routed under and behind the right snap tab. 2. Release the snap tabs at each end of the developer housing assembly and remove the assembly cover. 3. Agitate the package of developer mix and then cut it open. Carefully pour the entire contents of developer mix as evenly as possible over the two augers. Do not let the developer mix accumulate heavily on the roller. Keep the developer housing assembly level. 4. Reinstall the cover making sure that the rear tabs are all engaged in their respective slots while positioning the wire harness under the snap tab. Press firmly until you hear a positive "snap" sound for each tab indicating each snap tab is securely fastened. 5. Tear off the ATC sensor perforated tag. Do NOT remove the ATC sensor label from the developer housing.Peel off the protective backing, and adhere the label to the appropriate or corresponding Imaging Unit Plate. Make sure the ATC sensor tag label can be located if needed later. 6. Record the number for entering into NVRAM in the next step. 7. Perform the ATC Sensor Setup procedure."

Sep 13, 2011 | Xerox Phaser 7750DN Laser Printer

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Get F2-40 error on sharp ar-5520 Im a newbie in


How are you , this problem occurs when there is very low toner concentration on the unit or low developer.
solution
  1. Replace a toner cartridge and make sure it is smoothly running as some come with hardened toner or
  2. Replace a new developer which is Sharp Ar 205 dv Check that the toner motor is rotating well
This error is self resetting so no need of simulation code. Bye.

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