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Sounds like the shock delivered by the pothole has caused a connector or some other electrical lead to detach itself..or if it was it wet and or raining when this problem first occurred has introduced some water where it should not be.
Start by carefully inspecting the engine compartment for loose wires, connectors or for anything that looks amiss. Check for secure grounding points and (if it was wet and raining) any water that may have pooled in locations it would normally not reach.
Check you air filter and filter box for moisture and let us know how your making out.
Registration Error 3
When a color registration error is detected with coarse
adjustment, or with the main-scan line adjustment.
PU firmware does not notify this warning to CU firmware
at the time of Shipping Mode. Therefore, this status
does not occur in a user environment.
2 = Yellow
3 = Magenta
4 = Cyan
Dens Shutter Error 2
DENS SHUTTER ERR
Check 3: Check to see whether the sensor shutter opens and closes normally, by the
MOTOR & CLUTCH TEST of the self-diagnostic function. If the shutter operates
imperfectly, replace the shutter unit.
First, does the machine stop filling if you pull the plug? If not, he is wrong and you need the fill valve. The piece the hoses go into. If it does stop when plug pulled then he is likely correct.
Pull machine away from the wall. Disconnect power. The control panel has two plastic end caps. The rear edge of each end cap will show a hole which has a partially covered Phillips head screw in it. Put a screwdriver in and remove the screw in each end cap.
Move to the front of the washer. Grasp each end cap and pull straight toward you about 1/4 " to 1/2 " then lift. The control panel should disengage from the top of the machine. The top of the control panel stays attached to the back plate of the washer. Rotate the front of the control up. This will expose all parts in the control panel.
Look for a 1/4" clear hose coming from inside the machine to one of the switches. This small hose can become detached from the switch and not send the "full" signal to shut the water off. It may also develop a small air leak which prevents the signal. If the hose is detached...reattaching and adding a hose clamp will prevent future detachment. if not detached, the pressure (level) switch itself is likely the problem.
Reverse the above process to reattach the control panel. If the machine is full spin to empty before testing your repair to remove water from tube. Good Luck.
Yes, well I can´t help you to solve that problem and in fact i´m hoping that you´ve already solven it, cuz right now i got the same problem with my c3450... It worked just fine under vista x64 but now on windows 7 x64 i have the same problem as you have/had! Cheers
I've had two toners that have done this, they register as used as soon as you turn the dial to open the toner compartment. So if they don't work properly, as soon as you remove them.. you can no longer use them. (they empty contents into the drum).
I got in contact with my supplier and sent them back as faulty cartridges.