After changing the transfer beld on our Oki C5400n LED printer, its now displaying the error message: 162: Fatal Error. Does anyone have any idea what part of the printer is causing this error. The transfer beld is brand new and we've tried another one, yet, the error persists.
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That particular error indicates a fuser failure. Try turning off the printer and re-seating the fuser. If this does not clear the message then the fuser needs to be replaced. With such a low number of prints warranty should cover it.
As far as 020 error is concerned it is the TNY on the controller board. If you take the controller board out (it's the board that the usb/network cable plugs into). You find 2 banks. Ones for memory, the other bank is your prom board they refer to as a TNY.
YYYY 106: FATAL ERROR An error has occurred which requires service. YYYY = the general cause. 106 = error number. Try turning off the printer then turning it back on. If this does not remedy the problem, write down the message including the error number 106, then call your authorized Oki Data Service Dealer for service. Note: If you see a series of octets containing letters and numbers scrolling across the display, be sure to write these down also and report them to the Service
Fuser error. Replace fuser or if no-go, Main board.
Magenta toner sensor error. Reseat drum unit. check toner cart. Take out the key that prevents you from putting drums in wrong slot and swap the whole drum and toner assy with another color, if it follows the magenta unit then that is the problem somehow.