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Re: Sharp Copier Model #SF2040
This machine is about 10 years old. Some parts are still available for this machine, but you might have to do some looking around.
As far as how it would cost to keep it running will depend on the condion of the machine and how well it was maintained.
You can also go to www.precisionroller.com and on the left side click "Sharp", "SF2040", "Show all parts" to get an idea of some of the parts that are available from 1 company.
Hope this helps.
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Open the front door, in the upper left is small access cover remove it press the trouble reset switch, machine must be on. If the code comes back then you have a problem with fuser unit the part of the copier that get hot. Do NOT KEEP RESETING the machine can catch on fire that will ruin a perfectly good day!!! Get a tech out to look at it.
check see tail light lens has 4 screws holding it in place.if so remove 4 screws then remove rear tail light lens then replace tail light bulbs.if you have trouble replacing tail light bulbs the auto parts store sales person will help you free of charge and help you replace bulbs.i have seen auto parts stores sales person help people replace batteries,windshield wiper blades and light bulbs in vechicle if you have trouble fixin it your self.
hi, any sewing machine can give you problems, but as long as you have a instruction manual & have it serviced at least once a year, or even twice, depending on how much the person sews,
& keeping under the needle plate & bobbin area clean of lint or loose threads, & keep the machine covered when not in use which keeps dust off the machine. using the right needle for the machine.
never buy one just because it's a bargin like at a yard sale or estate sale unless all the parts are there, like the power cord & foot pedal & instruction manual, the feet and always make sure you can get parts for them
I've seen alot of people wanting manual & you can't get them unless their willing to pay between $10. to 20 dollars.
The manual is not available for download. With a machine
of this quality your sales person should be able to get you a new manual. When
I checked the web site, the manual is not even available for sale.
Sounds to me like the 'plunger' from the top of the bottle may have remained in the machine when you removed the other bottle, and is blocking the flow. Remove the toner bottle and check. Otherwise, are there any other messages showing, such as "close cover", or something similar? If so, these machines did have a problem, that I may be able to advise you further
I contacted hp parts supply and ordered the necessary parts. They should arrive next tuesday and hopefully that will solve my problem. Thanks for coming back to me on this I remain yours faithfully R.D.Hartshorn.