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Well yes you have to reset the counter. Simple matter of replacing the fuse with another fuse. The fuse is a "pico" fuse, with the value of 1/16th A. You can go as high as a 1/8th A, but that is the limit. Any higher amp rated fuses simply will not blow as needed to reset the count, and this will cause a "C" code event with relation to the fuser.
This fuse is usually near where the data line connector is on the unit, under one of the covers. I do not know which, since every fuser I have serviced on this machine has not passed inspection to be able to reset it for another 400K run with any reliability. When they are at end of life, they really ARE at end of life.
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Posted on Aug 31, 2010
I ran across an interesting blog about this code, and they explain what it is, and what you can try. There is a paragraph near the bottom of the page with instructions for resetting the fuser code:
Read the article over, it should give you some good things to try, and will hopefully help.
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Posted on Sep 01, 2010
May I have the Make & Model of the Copier Machine?
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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3-315 Fault Code indicates that a communication failure
between the IOT PWB and the Post IPS PWB was
You may be able to enter diagnostic mode and reset:
Entering Diagnostic Mode: First of all... to enter the User Interface (UI) Diagnostic Mode: Turn on the power... then while holding down the '0' button, press 'Start'. The screen will prompt you for an "Access Number"... use the keypad to enter '6789' which is the Default Access Number. This should bring you to a menu of options to choose from:
• NVM Reset (Non Volatile Memory) / NVM Initialization
• NVM Read / Write (memory adjustments)
• Component Control (for testing sensors, motors, etc.)
• Print (for running Test Patterns from Diagnostics)
• Subsystem Check (for fuser nip measurement check out, and developer unit check out)
• Max Setup (for setting up copy quality)
If reset does not work, you need service on the unit.
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