Question about OKI Printers & Copiers
If you look on top of the fuser roller(upper orange roller), there is a thermistor (orange rectangle plastic that rides on the roller) you will see four wires going into that housing. Two are for the thermistor and the other two is for the fuse that is built into the housing. You would have to use a soldering iron to melt the plastic that the fuse is sitting in. You would have to figure out what to use as a fast blow fuse.
Okidata makes it difficult to take out the thermistor because the nut is locktite on the screw. Try using the soldering iron to melt it. Just make sure you dont damage the thermistor.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
According to the Oki service manual that problem is related to the fuser. The reference is that there's some media stuck in the unit, they recommend replacing the fuser but it's possible just reseating it with power off will allow it to clear the code.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
I followed the July 10, 2009 instructions made in the comments. After taking it apart, I realized i had some tracing wire in my toolkit, and instead of trying to connect it internally to the connector - I ran them very carefully down the outside and down the flange of the connector. This made it very easy to remove the wires after the fix was done.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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