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That is a drum heater fault code. The drum heaters are 2 ,,, 150 watt halogen lamps. One or both have burnt out.
You can verify this by shutting the machine off, then turning it back on and look into the fan opening at the right side of the machine. See if you see a glow inside the machine. I doubt you will. if not you will need to replace the lamps. Let me know if you want me to send you info how to change them.
That means the 2 halogen lamps that serve as the drum heater have gone out. Either one or both have blown.
They simply are 2, ,, 150 watt halogen lamps that you can replace, Takes about an hour to do, I can send you instructions if you want.
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That code means the drum heaters are not working. The good news is, yes you can fix it yourself. The drum heaters are 2, 150 watt halogen lamps. One or both of them have blown out. If you want drop me an E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org I will send you instructions how to replace them. It would take 1 to 1 1/2 hours if you have never done it before. Lowes, Home Depot or any place that sells halogen lamps would have them. I however, do highly recommend, if you can find them. Sylvania halogen lamps rated for 130 volts and have vibration protection. They cost slightly more, but well worth it. Besides even if you get those, you have less than $15 in the repair. Let me know, I will send you the info. That's all your problem is.
There are 2 , 150 watt halogen lamps in the drum heater assembly. One or both are burned out. I can send you instructions on how to replace them. Xerox will want over $250 for an entire heater assembly. You can buy the lamps at Lowes or any place that sells Halogen lamps for around $15 for a set.
Yep. The drum heaters are burnt out.
There are 2,,, 150 watt Halogen lamps that heat the drum. The way to see if they are working or not is to turn off the lights in the office or room the printer is in. Turn the machine on and look through the fan slots on the right side of the machine. GIve it a minute or two and you should see lamps glowing inside, ( I seriously doubt you will see them comming on).
That is a very common problem, You can purchase those lamps at Lowes, Home Depot or anywhere you can purchase halogen lamps. They cost about 12 dollars for a good pair. Replace both .. If you want to try and do it yourself. Let me know I will send you directions.
The normal cause for that is the drum heaters are not comming on.
The easiest way to check for that is to turn the machine on, preferably with the lights off in the office. When you turn the machine on, leave it on for a couple of minutes and look into the openeng where the fan is. You should see the lamps glowing in that opening.
If you don't. Those lamps need replaced. They are simple 120 volt 150 watt halogen lamps you can buy at Lowes or any store that sells halogen lamps.
They are bit time consuming to replace, but if your pretty decent in doing mechanical things, let me know I will write up the procedure for you. Just takes more patience then know how.