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Open heat error

I replaced the fuser and the mother board and I'm still getting this error.
Any other possiblities?

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  • janonee Feb 02, 2008

    Open Heat Error in Dell 1600n printer. Anyone has any solution?

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On this machine, you may have a fuser assembly that is bad. Replace the fuser modual.
If this doesnt work, then the main board needs to be replaced.
Also what most people forget is the fuser fan. Sometimes it turns slow and you will not even notice it. It might not even turn at all.
Replacing the fan will solve most problems, but if it still does not turn on, Look on there to see if it has a small circuit board on the fuser fan, replace it too.
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The main power supply board in short we call it (SMPS) the error you got is quite common that the main power is not getting in to the transformer in the correct voltage. Normally is to replace the SMPS and the fuser as well.

For more Technical test on the SMPS 1st of all we will test the fuse on the SMPS which is located at the bottom right hand corner. using a multi-tester, 2nd will be the capacitor and 3rd which is the last will be the big and small transformer with power on. note the last test is dangeroures unless you are a electrician experts.

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This is most commonly caused by a failure of the Fuser unit.
However, in rare circumstances, this can be caused by the Fuser Control section of the SMPS, or the fuser temperature monitoring circuit on the Main Board.
There is a closed control loop:
1. AC voltage is supplied to the Heat Lamp in the Fuser from the Fuser Control section of the SMPS
2. The temperature of the fuser heat is monitored by a thermistor (mounted on the Fuser) connected to the Main Board.
3. The Main Board determines if the fuser temp is too low, correct, or too high and signals the Fuser Control to increase, maintain, or decrease the AC voltage to the Fuser
sorry io say but you had to replace the fuser
call dell costumer support and tell your model no. ask for fuser replacement and they will do it .
Hope your printer is in guarantee period otherwise you had to pay.
REGUARDS

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