Question about Xerox WorkCentre M20i All-In-One Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did someone replace the entire heater or just the lamps?
It is important that the wattage of the lamps were 150 watts each, and that the ends of the contacts were cleaned well. Does it shut off during a run and warm up?
I have noticed with those assemblies that you have to clean the contacts well when replacing those.
If you are not faulting out, then they are working, but not at the level they should be.
The drum thermistor may also need to be replaced. That detects the temperature of the drum and would cause it to warm up slower then normal, but also, when those fail you normally get a fault code.
Just seems odd, though. It keeps running through my mind that the heaters are just not comming on to full brilliance, and that would mean for one reason or another, lack of proper wattage.
Could you somehow have gotten lamps or a heater rated at 220 volts and not 120 volts?
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
Supposedly the 6180MFP allows the user to select a non-genuine mode (select "Non-Xerox Toner" on the maintenance menu). This option is listed on page 9-18 of the User Guide, and I think it's the same as the Non-Genuine mode described on page 1-38 of the Service Manual. However, when I actually look for this option on my printer it doesn't appear to be present. Maybe Xerox removed it and didn't update the documentation? Anyone else know about this setting?
Posted on May 11, 2010
SOURCE: I have error on my
116-324: Controller Error (Illegal Exception)
To access Service Mode, press Up and Down Arrows at power ON.
Go to EEPROM Test
? Check OK
Performs write/read/verification of the test patterns (0xff, 0xaa, 0x55, and 0x00) on one byte at every 0x400 from the first address of EEPROM.
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
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