I m not able to print om my computer printer is giving error "Low heat error"please help me to find the solution
"Engine Fuser Low Heat Error" on a CLP-600N that is babied and gets minimal use in our home. Is there a solution short of purchasing a fuser unit that costs on line in the neighborhood of the original cost of the machine?? Joe
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Re: "Low Heat Error"
Thats probably the best way to solve the solution. Sometimes if there is a thermistor that is causing the problem that can be serviceable in the fuser unit, that can be replaced instead of purchasing a whole new fuser assembly. It's less expensive replacing the thermistor.
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Hy i had the same error message the error comes from the fuser unit , the halogen lamp is not heating , on the top of the fuser unit is a Thermostat in series with the halogen lamp wich u have to replace. Its not that easy if you dont have experince but it will solve the heat error. I hope this helped
there is a 2 wire device (thermistor) that rests against the fuser roller to measure the temperauture. if the fuser is getting quite hot, suspect the thermistor to be either dirty (remove and clean it with alcohol) or defective. if fuser not getting hot, then suspect burned out fuser heater (look inside fuser roller for a long light bulb).
Basically the error message is telling you the printer cannot keep the fuser temperature at the proper temperature (too low). It could be a lot of things but typically it is due to a fuser assembly gone bad.