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1. Power the copier OFF and remove the power cord from the wall.
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Use a multimeter in continuity mode ( OHMS) to check the power cord to the unit. After disconnecting check the cord on the unit to the switch control and the motor.
The failure can be due to a trip switch- load trip- , failure of the motor brushes, failure in the selector switches, open wires to the unit or the motor .
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Possible causes for a solid black output:
1 Corona failure
Is the corona wire dirty?
Clean the corona wire with the wire cleaner.

2 Corona wire broken?
Replace the drum unit

3 Are the charge electrodes between the printer body and
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Clean both electrodes.

4 Harness connections?
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Connect the harness between the laser unit and the main PCB
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5 High-voltage power supply PCB failure
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Replace the highvoltage power supply PCB.

6 Main PCB failure
Is the problem solved after replacing the main PCB?
Replace the main PCB.

7 Laser unit failure
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When we have a power bump the unit reverts back to factory settings, Can a ups be added to the control board to eliminate this problem?


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