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Hi, out of normal operation, I got an error code "H4" or "4H" (displays "H" and "4" alternately) which I cannot remove. The printer starts up immediately showing this code, then shows no reaction to anything. What does this code mean? Is there a hidden reset switch? Thx, Kanima

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Hi.

H4 means low fuser temperature.

Try first resetting the code.
Press in sequence: CLEAR, EXPOSURE MODE, CLEAR, EXPOSURE MODE.
When display goes blank enter 14 using the copy count numbers and press START button. Wait for the copier to restart does not turn off by itself , turn it Off and back on manually. If the H code comes back, then you may need to replace fuser unit. Fuser power supply must also be tested.
If the reset does not work contact Xerox at the number listed on manual.

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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    Ginko Oct 05, 2010

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