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Turn off machine, open drawer where fuser unit is and gently pull out the jammed paper. You may have to replace the fuser unit.

Posted on May 28, 2008

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Unable to copy code h5 01


Cause: Paper jam in fuser unit or paper jam removed beyond required time.

solution: remove jam from fuser unit.....perform simulation 14 to reset machine!!!

Feb 23, 2011 | Sharp AR-407 Copier

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WE HAVE A PAPER JAM ON THE BACK FUSER OF HP LASERJET 2420. A PIECE OF PAPER IS COMPLETELY WRAPPED AROUND IT.


You can attempt to remove the fuser from the machine to have better access to the paper inside. It is very easy to damage the fuser roller and film when removing a piece of paper wrapped around inside.

We recommend calling for service, but worst case is you try yourself and can't get the paper out then you would just order a new fuser.

We can get you the fuser. Just call 262-993-1551. We offer free shipping.

Sep 02, 2010 | HP LaserJet 2420 Printer

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Code : H5-01


Check for paper jam in or by fuser unit. Remove paper. On the keypad press P * C * and SIM 14 to reset copier. If you get 5 jams at the fuser unit in a row it gives this code. If it keeps jaming double check for paper, my have a faulty sensor.

Aug 31, 2010 | Sharp MX-2300N Color Copier

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Error code H5-01 how to fix on a sharp arm350u


That is a repeated uncleared jam in the paper transport. You may have a piece of paper wrapted in the fuser that you cant see, or one of the sensors on the transport between the paper feed and fuser are dirty.
You can try entering doagnostics, you press P * C * or # * C*, that will put the machine in diagnostics. Then press 14, then enter 1 then press enter. That will reset the machine, If the 14 routene doesnt work look for an uncleared jam or clean sensors.

Here is what it says.

H5 01 Content 5-time continuous POD1 not-reaching
jam detection
Detail 5-time continuous POD1 not-reaching
jam detection
Cause A fusing section jam is not properly
removed. (Jam paper remains.)
POD1 sensor trouble, or harness
disconnection
Improper installation of fusing unit
Check and
remedy
Check jam paper in the fusing section.
(winding, etc.)
Check POD1 sensor harness, and
check the fusing unit installation.
Use SIM14 to cancel the trouble

Aug 09, 2010 | Sharp AR-M350U Copier

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Call for service


Cause The fusing JAM is not completely
removed. (Jam paper remains.)
Fusing unit installation failure
Check and remedy:
Check for jam paper in the fusing section.
(paper winding, etc.)
Check fusing unit installation.
Check the jam sensors in the fuser.

Aug 24, 2009 | Sharp AR-M237 Copier

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Paper Jam


If you are getting a lot of jams in the fuser then there is a problem in the fuser unit !
Is it jamming like an accordion? if Yes, then the problem is w/ the little fingers in the fuser, they are worn and need to be replaced. The rollers in the fuser should be shiny and smooth if not they ca also cause jams.
What black thingy are we talking about and where? if it's the fuser rollers ( where the paper exits and gets hot then try cleaning w/reg soap & water rag then wipe off.

Nov 17, 2008 | Sharp AR-153E Copier

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Help


H5-01 indicates tha the paper sensor is defective in the fusing unit. The only way you can try to reset that one is buy turning the power off, wait 30 seconds and turn the power back on.

If the error code returns the fusing unit will have to be fixed to take care of the paper sensor.

Jul 20, 2008 | Sharp AR-M237 Digital Copier

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Sharp arc 262


Open the Left side door and remove the fuser unit by unscrewing the large green wheel located under the frame on the left side door below the fuser unit. Lift the fuser unit using the handles front and rear sides. (be careful it is very hot). Set the fuser unit on a table or counter or desk. Look carefully at the left side, as it sits in the machine, near the middle. You should see a actuator for a sensor. Make sure both ends of the arm are in the holes where they shoud be. If it is out of place, put it back into place and carefully place the fuser unit back in the machine. Secure the fuser back in the left door and close the door.

May 27, 2008 | Sharp AR-BC260 Color Copier

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Paper Jam Message


Where is it saying the paper jam is located? Do you have a service code? It sounds as if either a paper pass switch is stuck in the down position (meaning it thinks there's a piece of paper there), or you may have a sheet of paper stuck in the fuser or behind a guide plate. Check on these and let me know!

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