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Error Code 173, 192, 163

Please Help me to fix this problem error code 173, 192, 163

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  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

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  • EScuderos Jan 31, 2009

    I have an IBM 600x notebook and keep getting the error codes 173, 163



    Once i set the time and date settings, turn off and back on it finally boots in windows. Once i turn if off again, the date and time settings are lost and the error codes are back. Any Gura info available????

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    Code 173, 192, 163

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That error means low temperature on the heat roller. The thermistor (something like an electric thermostat) measures the amount of heat needed to work. Error 173 refers a lower temperature than required, while error 172 refers overheat. The complete error list will be of no use to you, since most errors will refer you to an authorized service center

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