Question about Xerox Phaser 8400 Laser Printer
Any ideas? I am assuming it is because one of the heating lamps has gone out.
Most of the time it is the paper heater assembly not being hot enough.
Althoug that is a problem most associated with the paper your using.
If heater is out, normally the machine faults out. But still as seen in the documentation , a heater may not be in position or functioning properly.
Check the media type and finish.
If the media appears glossy, replace the media and reprint.
Does the problem persist?
Check the Preheater and Drum temperatures.
Run the Service Diagnostics Temperature test.
Are the temperatures within specified ranges (approximately 60 to 62 degrees Celsius)?
Check the position of the Drum Temperature Sensor.
Is the sensor positioned properly?
Posted on May 06, 2008
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