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Try turning the printer off and leaving it off for a few seconds. If the error does not return on power up, it may have simply been an isolated incident. Continue using the printer, but keep an eye on it for the next week or two. If the error still shows, here is the detail solution: http://www.marketpoint.com/article.cfm?id=119&bhcp=1

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SOURCE: Service Engine Self Test

A bad fuser connection can cause 920.8 service error. I would advise to check and reseat the fusing unit.

Steps
1. Turn off the unit.
2. Open the top cover.
3. Loosen the green thumbscrews on the fuser. (caution the fuser can be hot)
4. Pull the fuser straight up and out of the unit using handles on either end ot the fuser. (darker grey plastic)
5. Examine fuser for paper stuck in the rollers or sensors. Also check the electric contacts for damage.
6. Reseat the fuser and tighten the thumbsrews.

Posted on Jul 22, 2010

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SOURCE: printer is hungup on self test

920.08—POST (power on self test) error service check (Sub Code .08 (Exit sensor not connected.))

Check the Exit Sensor for Damage or dust.
Check DC auto-connects on both the fuser and the printer for damage.
If connector is damaged on fuser, replace fuser. If the cable connectors is damaged, replace the JFUSER1 cable.

Check resistance of the fuser, lamp, thermofuse, thermistor

Most Cases you will need to replace the Fuser.

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Hi Carol.

First make sure that you are performing clean procedure correctly. If you press both bake and broil and then self clean, then instead of self clean the oven will go in child lock beeping twice. Two beeps may also be result of incorrect temp calibration. Perform calibration as suggested in the extract from service manual below:

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Before starting the self clean cycle the electronic control (ERC) performs checkout of door latch and temperature sensor, lock motor is activated and both relay for bake and broil start the cleaning cycle. If one of the conditions is not met the electronic control will beep and you may get an error code.

Make sure that both bake and broil are working. If one of the two functions is not working, then one of the relays in the power board is likely faulty: If the oven is not heating at all , then problem is usually the oven sensor.

If the rest is working the problem can be the door lock motor. The relay board and control module may also be causing the problem. The oven must be tested.

This GE range is mostly electronic. Testing is mostly done following the diagnostic procedures suggested in the technical repair manual.

The first procedure is error code reading (user level). This consists in reading the error codes stored in the oven electronic control (AKA ERC).

Here an extract from service manual showing the procedure:


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The procedure can be found in the Service Manual at the bottom of this document. Check page 19 of the service manual.at the bottom of this document. When performing the test look for error FF and F2, which respectively mean door latch and oven sensor problem. (codes at page 24 of service manual.

After the error code test, test individually door latch, sensor and lock motor. Perform the tests at page 22 of manual:


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If the test does not return any error, then the door latch and motor must be tested manually as explained at page 21 of service manual.

HERE THE COMPLETE SERVICE MANUAL IN PDF FORMAT (click to open).

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Note, this is an OBD1 connector. You will need an OBD1 scanner to read codes.

Alternate methods to extract trouble codes:


USING THE ANALOG VOLTMETER See Figures 3 and 4
Service codes will be represented by pulsing or sweeping movements of the voltmeter's needle across the dial face of the voltmeter. Therefore, a single digit number of 3 will be reported by 3 needle sweeps. However, a service code is represented by a 2-digit or 3-digit number, such as 23. As a result, the Self-Test service code of 23 will appear on the voltmeter as 2 needle sweeps, then after a 2 second pause, the needle will sweep 3 times.
Connect the analog voltmeter as follows:

  1. Turn the ignition OFF .
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Fig. Fig. 3: Voltmeter hook-up


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Fig. Fig. 4: Analog voltmeter output code format

  1. Set the voltmeter on a DC voltage range to read from 0-20 volts.
  2. On all EEC-IV vehicles, connect the voltmeter from the battery positive post to the Self-Test Output (STO) pin of the large Self-Test connector. On all other vehicles, connect the positive voltmeter lead to the EEC STO line and the negative lead to engine ground, then jumper the EEC Self-Test Input (STI) to ground.


USING THE MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LIGHT (MIL) During the Self-Test,a service code is reported by the malfunction indicator light. It will represent itself as a flash on the CHECK ENGINE or SERVICE ENGINE SOON light on the dash panel. A single digit number of 3 will be reported by 3 flashes. However, a service code is represented by a 2-digit or 3-digit number, such as 23. As a result, the Self-Test service code of 23 will appear on the MIL light as 2 flashes, then, after a 2 second pause, the light will flash 3 times.

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A bad fuser connection can cause 920.8 service error. I would advise to check and reseat the fusing unit.

Steps
1. Turn off the unit.
2. Open the top cover.
3. Loosen the green thumbscrews on the fuser. (caution the fuser can be hot)
4. Pull the fuser straight up and out of the unit using handles on either end ot the fuser. (darker grey plastic)
5. Examine fuser for paper stuck in the rollers or sensors. Also check the electric contacts for damage.
6. Reseat the fuser and tighten the thumbsrews.

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920.08—POST (power on self test) error service check (Sub Code .08 (Exit sensor not connected.))

Check the Exit Sensor for Damage or dust.
Check DC auto-connects on both the fuser and the printer for damage.
If connector is damaged on fuser, replace fuser. If the cable connectors is damaged, replace the JFUSER1 cable.

Check resistance of the fuser, lamp, thermofuse, thermistor

Most Cases you will need to replace the Fuser.

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