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Display panel h4 code any clues?

Copier was printing having paper jams then err fax / copier check display panel h4 not
nothing happens bootting not in the machine my email (sergiobece01@gmail.com) Help

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This error is displayed when the Fixing heater has not reached normal operating temperature after a specified time.
It is usually a blown heater element.

You will need a technician to repair this.

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How can I clear H4 on AR-M 150 3 in 1 sharp

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See Chapter 3, "Loading Documents" for document specifications and recommendations which may help avoid paper jams.
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Worked for me..... Hope this helps everyone else whos probably cursing your printer at the moment!!!!

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