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1. Please check the thermostat in the fixing unit.

2. It may open due to over heat. replace it. clean thermister.if spoiled replace it also.

Posted on Jul 17, 2010

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I have an open heat error on my Dell Laser MFP 1600n, can you help ?


Heat errors are usually caused by the fuser (part# N5796). ItemInc.com has this in stock and ships same day for $99. Installation should be pretty simple. On most Dells, the fuser is located on the back of the machine, open the rear door and it is usually held in by 4 screws. Good luck, and thanks for using FixYa!

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Remove the fuser lamp and put it back in place, it is not heating properly.

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The display reads open heat error. What is this and how can i fix it? I do not know where the manual is.


An open heat error on a 1600n printer is a fuser error. You would want to make sure that the printer is not plugged into a UPS or power stripe. You would also want to make sure that there is plenty of clearance around the printer. If these are already in place then the fuser would need to be replaced. This is not normally a customer replacable item.

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How do I repair an "open heat error"?


I'm sure it's not the answer you're looking for but the "Open Heat" error is related to the printer's fuser, switch mode power supply or temperature control thermistor. More than likely it's the fuser which needs replacing and you'd need to contact Dell for a replacement. If you google for "1600n fuser" you'll also come up with several retailers with fusers in the $80 range as opposed to Dell's $140+.


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Open heat error


Open heat means the fuser is not heating, check for a new one at www.precisionroller.com

Jan 14, 2010 | Dell 1600n All-In-One Laser Printer

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My Dell 1600n Laser Printer gives message Open Heat Error


Just call Dell Tech support. It's in their policies that if you call them and complain about a heat issue, they'll replace the unit for safety reasons.

Cheers.

Dec 07, 2009 | Dell 1600n All-In-One Laser Printer

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Open heat error


Open heat error is a fuser error. If you have plenty of clearance around the printer and you are still getting this error, it is the fuser.

Mar 24, 2009 | Dell 1600n All-In-One Laser Printer

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Open heat error


Most "Open Heat Error" messages are caused by a bad fuser. Order a new fuser from Dell.

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Fuser issues - if problem is reoccuring then you are looking at more expense, are all vents free of obstructions (folders leaning on machine sides/rear) is machine being flogged, is power supply consistent, maybe even fuser bought was faulty, many options, try doing a warranty claim on fuser or replace again, even better get another printer, welcome to our throw away world!

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