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Lexmark C534n printer have an error code of 925.01 "service Fan stalled" where can I buy a replacement fan or is it a circuit board problem?

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    LXK Chris May 11, 2010

    The printer needs to be serviced. The connection on the system board needs to be checked and most likely the part needed to be replaced is the top cover with fan. I strongly advise you to contact your nearest Authorized Service Provider(ASP) or Lexmark at 1-800-LEXMARK(1-800-539-6275) for assistance.

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SOURCE: lexmark X646e 927.02 Service fan stalled

This means the fan on the top of the machine, just below the scanner is not working or not working correctly. You will have to replace it.

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SOURCE: I have a Lexmark C534n color printer error message

It means there's an issue with the fuser, and the fuser likely needs service or replacement. I would not recommend doing this yourself if you haven't done this before, take it to a repair shop.

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This is an indication that a printer fan has stalled. Check the cable connections at J7 on the system board and at the main fan assembly. The main fan runs continuously when the printer is powered on unless the printer is in the Power Saver mode.

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I have a Lexmark C534n color printer error message comes up 120.10 service fuser error. What does this mean.?


It means there's an issue with the fuser, and the fuser likely needs service or replacement. I would not recommend doing this yourself if you haven't done this before, take it to a repair shop.

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La impresora lexmark C534 manda un error de servicio de fusor: 120.10 service fuser error


Reseat the fuser, if that doesn't work you will need to replace the fuser.

Oct 19, 2010 | Lexmark C534N Printer

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Error 120.10 service fuser error Error.


Service Fuser Error appears when the fuser does not warm to the required temperature. For this error on this Lexmark model C534N, the manual states you should power off the printer and power it back on, and if it is not plugged into a wall power point, change it to a power point mounted directly on the wall. Personally, I never got a Lexmark printer to work doing this, but this is in the manual. If this won't help, and the printer is under warranty, you should log it in with the servicing company.

If the printer is out of warranty, your next option is to change the fuser which costs around $350, so I think you would be better off getting a new printer unless you find a second hand one on Ebay.

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Lexmark X646e 927.02 Service fan stalled


This means the fan on the top of the machine, just below the scanner is not working or not working correctly. You will have to replace it.

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Lockups and 900.00 Service RIP software errors on C534N printers.


are these printers hooked to surge protectors? 900 rip error is a software communications error and can be caused by any pcb in the printer. any surge, lightning strike,ect can cause the nvram chips to have problems these errors can be intermitten or continuious depending on the damge to the nvram. have you tried isolating any of these to see if it still has the problem off the network?

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Hi,

This is a call for service message generally requiring professional repair.

There are generally only four reasons:

No power, Check fan power leads as one may have slipped off it's fitting

Jammed: Either too dirty or a shred of paper may be blocking the blades, pull free and clean off with compressed gas(no more than 25ft/lbs)

Dead fan: Call a repair man or call lexmark and give them the exact code,they will identify the fan and can sell you the part.

Dead controller board: as with above call a repair man or lexmark with code and order spare part.

The only bad news other than you may need a repairman, if you order the fan or controller board it may be the other and no way to know ahead in some cases.

The good news, if you're still under warranty, lexmark has good repairmen and fast response times in most areas.

Either way, Hope this helps FixYa,


Chris

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Printer message reads error 13


Error: 927 Service Fan Stalled
Check the main exhaust fan first. All models of these printers have a main exhaust fan. The main exhaust fan is located on the top of the printer, on the rear left side. 
Make sure nothing has fallen down into the main exhaust fan that could be blocking it. There are vent slots/holes in the top cover of the fan, on the left-hand side. Look through these vents/holes. 
If there is an item stuck there, see if you can remove it. If not, you will probably need to have a technician remove the top cover unit and extract the jammed item from the fan. 
If nothing appears to be blocking the exhaust fan, power off the printer and let it sit powered off for at least a minute. 
While the printer is turned off, check to see how it is plugged into the wall. It should be plugged directly into a wall outlet and not through any sort of surge device or power strip. (Power strips and uninterrupted power supplies can cause a low amperage problem in your printer, which could trigger a 927 error.) Even if it has worked on this surge device for months, try connecting the printer directly to the wall. If the printer is already plugged directly into a wall outlet, try it at a different wall outlet. 
When the printer has been off for more than a minute, power it on and see if the 927 error returns. 
If the 927 error does not return, try printing again. If the printer works as expected, continue using it as you were doing before the error arose. The 927 error may have been just an isolated incident. However, keep an eye on it for the next couple of days to see if the error returns. 
If the 927 Fan Stall error continues to return when you power on the printer or when you try to print, the printer will probably require service. 

If you are a technician working on a printer that has ONLY one fan installed, check the cable connecting the main fan to the engine/system board. Make sure the connections at the ends have not come loose and that the cable itself is not damaged. The parts that are most likely to need replacing are the main exhaust fan or the printer's engine/system board.
Some printer models also have a second auxiliary cooling fan, sometimes called the cartridge cooling fan. Printers that have this fan are the Optra T614, T616, the Lexmark T622, the T63x series (630, 632, 634) and some models of the Optra S 2420, 2450, 2455, and Se 3455. Note: The second exhaust fan was eliminated on some later models of these S series printers. The auxiliary cooling fan is located on the back of the printer, on the right-hand side. 
Check the fan as you checked the main exhaust fan. Look into the vents. Make sure nothing has got stuck in this fan. 
Turn the printer off and on again to see if that clears the 927 error first. 

If you are a technician working on a printer with this error that has more than one fan installed, you need to establish which fan is causing the problem. You can perform the following checks:
Check the main exhaust fan first as it is usually the cause. If the main fan appears to be fine, check the cable connecting the auxiliary fan to the printer's engine/system board.  
Power on the printer. During the warm-up sequence, both of these exhaust fans are supposed to turn. If one fan turns and the other does not, the fan that is not turning is the most likely cause of the problem. 
Measure the voltages coming off the engine/system board to those fans. If one particular fan is not getting voltage, the problem lies with the printer's main system/engine board or that particular fan or cable. 
The Lexmark T622/622n model printers also have a fan on the printhead unit. This fan is not visible from the outside of the printer, so you will not be able to check it visually. Power the printer off and on. If that does not clear the error and this fan is the cause of the problem, the printer will require service. 

If you are a servicer working on this printer model, follow the steps listed above for the auxiliary fan, but adding this third fan to your list of checks for the cause of the 927 error. 

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