Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
The error code is much more likely to be E001, this is a fuser type fault. You should be able reset it in service mode. (copier, Funtion, Clear, error, turn m/c off then back on)
As the issue is a fuser temperature related. First, the error needs to be cleared. Turning off/on won't do that.
You could go into service mode and clear the error (*28* > copier> function > clear > err > ok. Then turn the copier off, then on again and watch it heat up. I always monitor the temperature to make sure it's in the acceptable range (190 C or around that range).
If it happens often I'd have the thermistors changed. If it still happens, check the connectors in back of the fuser. They may need to be shimmed.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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