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SMPS Fan error

When I try to print, the printer goes through it's initial start up proceedure, that turns quiet and I get this error reading. Any suggestions?

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John in Rhode Island

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The SMPS Fan Error is caused by slow or no rotation of the SMPS Fan. The firmware solution from Samsung disables monitoring so if the fan stops the printer will keep working. Thankfully, it's not physically hard to fix this issue though and can be done by removing 9 screws and using a little oil.

I've actually posted a step by step guide to fix this here.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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If the printer runs its adjustment cycle and stops just before printing, it is most likely a problem with a driver. Call Samsung's 800 number. You will need to speak to a Level 2 technician who will send you an e-mail with a zip drive and instructions. One tip: You may have to install it several times before it works. I hope this helps you.

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Posted on Feb 28, 2008

I just called Samsung with the same problem..solution unplug printer.
then plug back in. It worked.

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Hi,
You cannot fix this one here... it needs a parts replacement inside. The fan that controls the temperature is not working. The printer does not allow overcooking... Take it to a Samsung service center for the repair or to your Samsung dealer to assist you as part of their customer support and services.

Fixya me on this...

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I know the best way for solving this problem but wat will i get when i give u the points

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