Question about Xerox Phaser 8500/DN Printer
Maybe this problem has to do with power, in other words a little more power is being sent to the yellow ink melter thus increasing the heat to a fault creating level ie in excess of normal. Sometimes there is a fan present to keep the temperature in check. Ensure it is functional and is clean of dust. Also try speaking to a Xerox technician maybe they have come across this problem, it could be a design fault, or a defect with your Printer. Of course if it under warranty take it straight to them. As a last resort I would take it to a technician, weigh up the cost for a new printer.
As it may be cheaper to purchase a new printer than it is to have your one repaired!
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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