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1. Check for paper on the fuser. Y remove paper N proceed to step 2 2. Check the installation of the fuser assembly, make sure it is securely installed. Y reinstall fuser N proceed to step 3 3. Remove the fuser. Check the conductivity of the contact points of the thermostat, are the contact points connected N replace the fuser
If you have a Xerox WC5225 with Error Code 010-320, then you have a fuser problem. The fuser is the heated item which bonds the image, just before it exits the unit. The machine monitors the temperature sensors and heating elements on this part.
The fuser is sold as PN 126K24980. It is easy to replace yourself.
This is a fuser error, so we'd start by replacing that. The fuser PN is 126K16480.
This particular error code may be a false error, in which case either the Power Unit 105E11370 or the MCU Board 960K09910 might be bad.
On this model most squeeling noises come from the fuser assembly.
If it is that loud replace the fuser assembly.
Other known prolbems is with the fuser fan in the back.
To see if it is the fuser fan, take off the back cover.
When the machine makes a copy unplug the fan very momentary. See if the noise goes away.
If the noise is still there, then it is possible the fuser is causing the problem.
Make sure the correct fuser is installled on this machine model.
Call a tech!. You first remove fuser assy from machine. One green screw to loosen and then you figure the trick out to get it out. Then once its out remove cover 2 screws I believe. Remove the lamp gently, you can do this with out unscrewing anything. Then remove the little clip on end of heat roller, simple spread clip and replace gear. It takes a tech about 10 min.