I've got a sort of odd problem, and was wondering if anyone had run into anything like this. I've got a Sharp AR-5132 copier and it won't start copying. No error message, the LCD says "Ready to copy", it'll respond to keypresses on the keypad, but it just doesn't do anything when I press Start. I've got it to try and start a few times by pressing Start when it's doing its initial power on tests, but then it gives my a paper feed error. I've been racking my brain over this but I just can't think of anything. Thanks--Richard
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Re: Sharp AR-5132 copier won't copy, no error message
Okay start by loading a piece of paper on the glass and choosing maual feed and placing a sheet of paper in the manual feed tray and press the start key and see what happens. also on some of the sharp copiers there has been a problem with the print button itself, so i don't know if that may be the case.
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Generally F codes have to do with the finisher(used to be called a sorter). with the machine off, diconnect the finisher cord from the copier and power back on. This should allow you to test the copier. I'm not sure on this model how exactly the finisher cord comes out. but it should be self explanitory when you see it.
H3-XX codes involve the fusing unit temperature being too low or too high.
Try resetting the error.
[C] – [INTERRUPT] –  – [INTERRUPT]
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Turn power off then on if it doesn't do it automatically.
If error doesn't reset then you have other trouble
I hope you ran the developer setup and reset all of the parts counters for the items you replaced. Not setting the developer reference can cause a host of problems.
Sim 25-02 adjusts developer. Sim 42 clears DV counter