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Sharp AL-1631 has 3H error code

I turn on the copier and display shows 3H error. What does this mean? How can IU fix this?

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    I turn on the copier and display shows 3H error. What does this mean?

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3H error means overheating...what you can do is supply new fans or clean the unit for dust and others. check for the exhaust fans if its still working. this will reslove your problem.

hope this helps

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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H4 is a Fuser Unit heating problem.
This reset is for another model sharp, see if it will work for you.

Press "Clear", "Auto Exposuer", "Clear", "Auto Exposure", the display will go dead... then press "14" (Like your going to make 14 copies), then press "Start".

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Here is what worked for me.
You need to alternate pressing the clear button then one of the auto buttons until the display lights turn off.

First press the clear button (red letter “C” on the unit) then the auto button. (below the word auto there are 3 buttons. Press the one on the far left that has no other markings on it. This will only take 2 or 3 times back and forth.

When the display is blank enter the number 14 (like you were making 14 copies of something) then press the Green (start?) button. Let the copier warm up about 30 seconds and try making a copy.

It worked for me. Still having trouble call Sharp USA 630-378-3590 or Canada 905-568-7140. They were quick and helpful

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