Question about Sharp AR-M207 All-In-One Laser Printer
L1:Indicates that the Main PWB sensed that the carriage did not leave home after power up or after start is pressed.
Lift the lid and watch the lamp carrage. See if its moving.
If not, remove the glass and try to slide it to the middle of the machine. replace the glass or another fault will occur.. When it is almost back to the left, watch for it hitting a sensor or screw.
If it flat out doesn't move the scan motor itself has gone bad.
Also see if one of the cables have popped off, it would be obvious if one broke.
You could have a bad main board or the connection came loose on the board where the scanner plugs into it. It is an odd connection.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
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