Now you're testing my memory. The paper loads from the right side. You need a paper tray. The paper comes out on the left side. Also, the top is a moving platen (remember those?) so you need to have enough space around the copier for the top to slide left and right. Before buying a new drum, make sure you have a paper tray. No sense paying for a supply for something you cannot use. I need to check with a few people to see if I can find the reset sequence. It was in the manual, but like you, I no longer have one for that product.
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To reset the drum light on just about any Xerox XC or XD series copier press the following key's in sequence and as quickly as possible (with 4 seconds for the first 4 keys) Press "C" then the far left key (exposure mode) then the "C" key then the far left again. So in other words C, far left, C, far left If done correctly the display should go blank. Then key in 24 as if you were going to make 24 copies. Now press the "print" button Now key in 7 as if you were making 7 copies Now press the print button again. You should now be getting flashing zero's on the display. Turn the machine off then on again and your drum light should be gone! You can usually reset this counter at least once to get twice the life out of your drum unit. This works on nearly all Xerox XD and XC Series copiers.
To reset the H3 or H4 condition on just about any Xerox XC or XD series copier press the following key's in sequence and as quickly as possible (with 4 seconds for the first 4 keys) Press "C" then the far left key (exposure mode) then the "C" key then the far left again. So in other words C, far left, C, far left If done correctly the display should go blank. Now key in 14 as if you were going to make 14 copies. Now press the print button. The machine should reset and the code should be gone. 9 times out of 10 this is a false code that pops up due to power surges or noise. If the code comes back this means you have a heater lamp or thermal fuse (more common) failure in the fusing area and will need service.
This procedure will work on all Xerox XD and XC models.
On a XC 1040 machine either there is a jam on the fuser, the fuser switch fell out of place, or the sensor swich arm fell off the registration sensor.
Since we cannot see the machine we might understand what is taking place.
If the machine is turned off and back on and there is no red light, then the machine must be able to attempt to make a copy. If a copy does not come out, then there is problely some worn feed rolls.
If when the machine is turned on and there is a red light then th There can be some bad paper feed cluthes as well.There might be a paper stuck at either fuser assemly or paper feed roller areas.
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The paper pick up rollers have lost their grip and need replaced, but I wouldn't put that much expense into fixing it. That xerox is a sharp in disguise, although supplies are not interchangeable the parts are. Common repairs for that machine is the gear on the fixing roller will break, to pick up tires dry rot and the heat lamp will blow. For the expense to fix it can almost buy a new one with more features and cost less to operate. The xerox supplies are very expensive.
Just use the by pass until something else goes wrong.
That indicates you need to replace the drum cartridge. It's been a while since I supported those products, but I believe the cartridge is in the bottom of the device. Make sure you remove the toner cartridge before tipping it over or you'll have a mess to clean up and won't be able to remove the drum. Once you replace the drum, you need to reset the copier.