- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
C-2557 ATDC sensor malfunction.Enter in the service mode press following keys: Utility-Metercount-Details-STOP-0-0-Stop-0-1-press 00000000 press Enter in Tech. mode select Printer than select ATDC gain and read the ATDC current value.If the value is situate 150-160 increase the value to 164-174 (to change the value press C and entering the new value)return in the copy mode turn OFF the copier open the rigy door than close and turn ON the copier and make a few copies.If the error persist discrease the ATDC value and make some copies.If the code persist change the developer .Before change the developer reset the special parts counter I/U counter,developer.After change the developer perform F8 and verify the new value to ATDC gain and notice.
Good solutions for u : 1. Cheak all the connectors in cool mind 2. On the other hand this fault may me come from main board. 3. and the last say is this error can come out from power supply. 4. Cheak your closing again.
Had the same problem spent 2 hours opening and closing everything trying to reset turn off and on etc. Here is how I fixed it, slammed all the doors on left side starting with above cartridge to cartridge door and 2 little doors by paper hard - and I mean hard - and whammo error cleared immediately. Sensors that check for open door obviously stick and report they are open when they are really closed. I am sure this saved me an expensive service call.
Elevation drive motor failure. was there or Is there anything under the trays of the finisher (where the copies come out?) look over the exit trays make sure ther is no damage or binding. Open close finiher door turn power off then on.
is the finisher tray atach and connector plug in? it's possible that the connector was unplugged while the machine was on and an memory error apeared! if so, unplug the copier from power source, plug in the finisher, and plug in the power corde . if it won't work you shall check also if all doors of finisher are closed and if wasn't broken one of the sensors!