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Hey guys this is a Xerox Phaser 7750 and 7760 fan error video tutorial.
In this video you will learn how to fix the error code 48 on the Xerox phaser 7750.
Also you will learn how to fix the error codes 010-391,010-392,010-398 that are related to the Xerox Phaser 7760.
This video shows how to remove covers.
All the wires that youneed to disconnect from the machine to fix these errors.
There is also another video part two that shows you how to reinstall everything back in it’s place. Step by step tutorial hope you enjoy.
When you have a sensor failure, you need to replace the black ATC sensor and recalibrate it. Another reason for sensor failure is you are not getting toner moved down to mix with the developer...the toner tube/auger spring could be clogged up or not functioning.
Also if you changed the developer housing when you changed the developer, you need to change the value to the new sensor # that comes with the housing.
There is a snippet on the Xerox website to solve
imaging unit recognition problems, link below.
Usually this problem only occurs if the NVRAM has been reset or the engine
board has been replaced without backing up the NVRAM.
You can download the snippet to your printer through Centreware or by
downloading the 'File Downloader' utility from the same page above.
Hope this helps.
This is a common problem of all laser printers, don't worry i will give you solutions for this. If you can able to remove the DRUM set from the printer and check that any power leak or not, IF yes clean it well and insert into printer again take a printout , afterthat also coming like dirty. So please change the drum and put a NEW DRUM. Your drum capacity is crosed beyond the limit.
I hope that my suggession will helpful to you, if yes please rate this ...
That is a main motor speed fault. You can try turning the machine off and taking the drum unit out and putting it back in and powering the machine back up.
You can pull the main drive motor and see if it is just sticky on the shafts, if not, replace the main motor.