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This works on MOST sharp AL series copiers.
Press these keys in sequence:
Clear → Density select → Clear→ Density select
display should go blank. Then enter:
24 as if you were making 24 copies then press print
then enter 7 as if you were making 7 copies then press print
if successful you should see flashing 000
turn machine off then on again and the drum light should be gone.
OR THE LOCAL LIBRARY TO INDUSTRAIL COMMITION STANDARD COMMITION, THE BRANCH OF THE COVERMENT THAT REGULATES THAT PRODUCT SHOULD HAVE THE SCHEMATICS OF THE COPIER OF A DEALER OF THE EQUIPMENT SHOULD ALSO HAVE THEM ON MICROFISH, OR KNOW WHERE TO LOCATE SUCH THINGS, OLD TYPEWRITER REPAIR SHOPS MAY HAVE IDEAS WHERE TO LOCATE THAT DOCUMENTS AT
Hello sir; According our service manual 'L6" sub code 10 is laser drive, motor, problem, replace laser unit . the laser unit item# is DUNTK0013QSZZ, it located at left hand side of the toner cartridge inside the machine.
Dear sir; The L-6 error code it means "laser drive, motor", It can be reset, the procedure as follow;
1, press "clear", "exposure mode", "clear", "exposure" those keys.then machine go dead.
2, enter 14, then press print.follow the direction willtake car the problem.
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Did you replace the drum with a Sharp brand drum? I recently replaced a drum in my Sharp AL-1642CS, the replacement drum fits ok, and the lights you describe are gone now, but it does make an annoying noise that is new. I wish I would have spent the money to get a Sharp drum, then you can call them directly for support. When I have called them they have been very helpful.