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Turn off the printer, and let it cool for an hour. The problem will return, but you may have the ability to get some emergency plots out in the mean time. The error code has to do with a thermistor in the fuser section. These thermistors are made out of a delicate ceramic and are easily broken or cracked if installed incorrectly. I would recommend that you call an authorized Oce/Canon service representative unless you want to spend several hundred dollars on incorrect, or broken thermistors you may get via other official channels. Each Oce model may have a different rating of thermistor, so just putting any thermistor in most likely will not solve your problem and may cause others.
most printers do not have an automatic preference but a requirement to set it prior to printing
at the print stage go to properties , select the landscape or portrait button and apply
that makes it a default setting for all future printing
There seems to be a feed problem. I googled the error 15504 for the Oce printer and got this page. We did this (see photo) and that seemed to sort the problem out for the meantime (until service guy gets here). I dare say it's a sensor somewhere. So jam a roll of cardboard from a used roll in behind the roller (as in the photo) and that does the trick. Hopefully this works for anyone else with the problem.