20 Most Recent Xerox Phaser 6180N Laser Printer Questions & Answers


Go to the Xerox.com website and start there.
Good luck.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Jun 29, 2017


That is a main motor speed fault. You can try turning the machine off and taking the drum unit out and putting it back in and powering the machine back up.
You can pull the main drive motor and see if it is just sticky on the shafts, if not, replace the main motor.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Mar 31, 2017


Check the fuser for paper stuck in it.


Check that the 'paper out' sensor arm (in the fuser) is not broken. If it IS broken, you'll need a new fuser.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 25, 2015


The message is caused by the fuser having had 100,000 pages or so through it.

It will be pretty much worn out, and should be replaced.

The transfer belt also has a similar pagecount limited life, and also the pickup/separation/transport rollers would benefit from replacing (they can get 'flat spots' on them

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 25, 2015


If these are at regular intervals across the page AND down the page , with a spacing of about 1" - read on..

They are caused by a component in the toner cartridge.

Originally the cleaning roller was a plain roller, but at some time the 'bean counters' decided they could save a tiny bit of money on each cartridge by using a spiral foam roller instead. The foam also seems to be of a different type, and doesn't age well.

There are two solutions.

1. Replace the cartridge that is producing the coloured squiggle/


2, dismantle an OLD cartridge and if it has a plain (non-spiral) foam roller, swap that (along with it's supports - the new type are a different size).

Either of the above will cure the problem, but a new replacement cartridge may also show the problem in time, as it WILL have the spiral cleaning roller.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


If these look like a little squiggles, repeated across the page AND down it, at about 1" spacing.

They are cause by a component in the toner cartridge.

Originally the cleaning roller was a plain roller, but at some time the 'bean counters' decided they could save a tiny bit of money on each cartridge by using a spiral foam roller instead. The foam also seems to be of a different type, and doesn't age well.

There are two solutions.

1. Replace the cartridge that is producing the coloured squiggle/


2, dismantle an OLD cartridge and if it has a plain (non-spiral) foam roller, swap that (along with it's supports - the new type are a different size).

Either of the above will cure the problem, but a new replacement cartridge may also show the problem in time, as it WILL have the spiral cleaning roller.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


The 'STANDARD' capacity cartridges are only 2000 pages.

HIGH capacity are 6000 pages.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015




They are caused by a component in the toner cartridge.

Originally the cleaning roller was a plain roller, but at some time the 'bean counters' decided they could save a tiny bit of money on each cartridge by using a spiral foam roller instead. The foam also seems to be of a different type, and doesn't age well.

There are two solutions.

1. Replace the cartridge that is producing the coloured squiggle/


2, dismantle an OLD cartridge and if it has a plain (non-spiral) foam roller, swap that (along with it's supports - the new type are a different size).

Either of the above will cure the problem, but a new replacement cartridge may also show the problem in time, as it WILL have the spiral cleaning roller.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


These will probably look like a little squiggle repeated across the page AND down it at regular intervals.

They are caused by a component in the toner cartridge.

Originally the cleaning roller was a plain roller, but at some time the 'bean counters' decided they could save a tiny bit of money on each cartridge by using a spiral foam roller instead. The foam also seems to be of a different type, and doesn't age well.

There are two solutions.

1. Replace the cartridge that is producing the coloured squiggle/


2, dismantle an OLD cartridge and if it has a plain (non-spiral) foam roller, swap that (along with it's supports - the new type are a different size).

Either of the above will cure the problem, but a new replacement cartridge may also show the problem in time, as it WILL have the spiral cleaning roller.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


The yellow cartridge either has a corrupted chip, or the wrong chip, or its a cartridge from a different model of printer.

Xerox 6180 and 6280 cartridges LOOK the same, apart from the label and part number - the chip is different.
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Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


These will probably look like a little squiggle.

They are cause by a component in the toner cartridge.

Originally the cleaning roller was a plain roller, but at some time the 'bean counters' decided they could save a tiny bit of money on each cartridge by using a spiral foam roller instead. The foam also seems to be of a different type, and doesn't age well.

There are two solutions.

1. Replace the cartridge that is producing the coloured squiggle/


2, dismantle an OLD cartridge and if it has a plain (non-spiral) foam roller, swap that (along with it's supports - the new type are a different size).

Either of the above will cure the problem, but a new replacement cartridge may also show the problem in time, as it WILL have the spiral cleaning roller.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


A bit more information would be useful

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


If it's just one colour, it's usually THAT colour Toner cartridge that's the cause .

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


You more than likely need to place a service call.

Over temp can be related to the fuser control circuits,

Don

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Nov 07, 2015


Your cyan print cartridge has run out. To replace you need to order either 113R00719 standard capacity cartridge or, 113R00723 high capacity cartridge. The standard gives you approximately 2,000 prints at 5% coverage and the high capacity gives you 6,000 prints at 5% coverage.
Hope this helps.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Oct 20, 2015


Remove the paper tray and check the guides. Make sure they are lined up on the 8.5 X 11 marks. If it is lined up, try going into the menu of the printer and reset back to defaults.

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Sep 24, 2015

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