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That's a ink loader error, due to the 8200 ink stick; to fix it:
- Power down the printer. - Hold the back button and the info button at the same time, without letting go, power up the printer. - Keep holding down the buttons until the XEROX logo comes fully to the center of the screen, keep holding for 2 more seconds, then let go. I'll take about a minute or two for the Diagnostic screen to come up, the display will turn blank and black. - When the Diagnostic screen comes up go to down to the Function or Exercise option, there will be an option that says "clear ISC faults" it'll ask you to press OK to confirm, after you do then you will exit Diagnostics and the printer will reboot. It should be fine until it happens again. Until all the 8200 ink is gone you will probably be doing this a few more times. Also make sure the 8200 ink is not jammed inside the ink loader, if it is then you have to un-jam it some how.
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you may have to set the lables up on the bypass or manual feed input as the machine has to compensate for the thickness of the labels and slows the print process down. check the display on the copier it may be asking to load labels in the bypass
This sounds like a fuser problem, underheat or over heat. On this machine also, it might be related to NVM, or NVM memory corruption. Sometimes the batteries on the Main Board, they just get old and die.
This can be a multiple problem on the machine.
This might require a Xerox service person to visit the machine.
Some ideas are: A bad heat sensor(Thermistor), very fragil and brittle.
A NVM might need to be reset, Over heat or underheat code in the diagnostice service mode. You need a service manual to find it.Very complicated to explain.
A full sump bottle can cause this, the machine enters a code in the NVM and will keep the machine from "Logicly turning on." Or a broken full sump bottle, sensor falls off or not in place will cause the machine to enter a error code in the NVM.