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PROLBEM ON MY COPIER

4 H FLASHING

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  • helper5 Jul 09, 2008

    i had the same problem with the 4 H flashing - i turned the copier off and it still has the same 4 H flashing. could you tell me where the fusing rollers are? thanx - mr bbq

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That has to do with your fusing rollers not being at the correct temperature during power up. Try turning it off, wait a 30 seconds and turn it on again. If the problem continues, your fusing rollers will need to be looked at.

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