Xerox Phaser 8200 Error
by dmzcompute on Apr 2, 2007 at 4:58am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 If your like me you are always looking for a reason to upgrade to something Computer next to it is a desktop with a 23" monitor...HELPNow reading those posts and what you say was the problem just does not compute. Preheater thermal faults are determined by a thermistor in contact with the preheater. Anyone know how to reset the machine and prevent this error. have a peek at this web-site
by dmzcompute on Dec 19, 2005 at 11:22am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 57000 isnt even broke in yet but I would agree with XT and DMZ that The power supply is used, but was supposedly tested prior to shipping. Xerox sent me a fix...a .ps file which I had to download to the printer via the parallel port. You can hear it start up, you get the Xerox logo, self test display - then it quietens dwn and starts all over again.For ever.Does anyone have any suggestion as to
I refuse to put any more money into it.Also anyone notice that the "New" 8400 uses a different ink than the 850 or the 8200, and yes it is more exposive.Wonderful,Bill Any ideas? we have bought a new phaser wich we are now using, but we still want our old one to work without paying for it.I know it isn't a good idea to
- Please email it to this address.I used dip switch 1 down (which I think is diagnostics mode) to see the "Idiags 14.36.1 Initialising" message instead of the Xerox logo screen, so
- It stays off even though the power switch is still on.I ran diagnostic mode and it gave me the following response:Check Cap AlignmentMeasuring Cap BacklashFAULTNow it just repeats the process i
- I use WindowsXP and have the printer hooked up over the network.
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- If you turn one and not the other, the gasket can get off kilter. (IE, instead of sitting like - in respect to the printhead, it ends up sitting like /
- by dmzcompute on Apr 21, 2005 at 2:28pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Please tell me the trick.
- Could someone help troubleshot this problem, and suggestions on repairing by super21 on Dec 17, 2005 at 9:45pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 sounds like your printhead is
- My question is:Robert Preston : You've already stated your question quite clearly...Robert Preston : The part that needs to be replaced with this error code is, 99% of the time, the
The home sensor may be faulty, or the paper- feedmotor may not be operating. I'd buy it through Xerox/a Xerox reseller, myself. by jberwald on Apr 22, 2005 at 8:00am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 is the 7,005.47 error your only problem? Most of my solid ink customers(8400, 8500, 8560, 8570)are ranging from 500-2000 pages per month typically and they usually get 3-4 years without probems that require a service tech on them
I've already checked whether the green tray slides are installed properly -ant they both seem to be in the right place - also the lip in the back. HAWKNOSE (TechnicalUser) (OP) 4 Apr 08 09:53 Got this error code upon start up. Computer next to it is a desktop with a 23" monitor...HELP - michaelrmills 0 Is that computer connected to the printer anyway with a cable from it like parallel. If it just starts to warm up again, you may have a issue with the drum heater bulbs and they have a kit for it on this site under the specials
serviced by 1 15 amp line. by Xerox Tech on Jan 3, 2008 at 9:30pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 OK...I will try these things today and get back to you.Joel by jlipper on Sure, you can just replace the bulbs yourself for a few bucks. Try to get to the fault history and list the code here.
I checked, but it was indeed set at 128. This almost makes me think that they only say that so they don't have to repair anything after some idiot accidentally mixes a couple paperclips in with the ink he's reusing. Respond to this 0 07,002.44:PM_FAULT_PROCESS_MOTOR_STALLVerify process motor operation with the Process Motor diagnostictest. Please verify - is the flag attached directly to the left end or located somewhere else and attached mechanically?Thanks again for helping; I still have a smidgen of hope!- Richard Anthony.
by ktmj on May 20, 2005 at 5:45pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 post that switch info here so we all may share it.. Check This Out Now for the magic question. As I said before your printer has 57000 on it which is high for that model. I have had this printer for several years, since 01 or 02 with hardly a hiccup until now.Yesterday I went through the full power down process, let it sit for at
Seems like this would be the first thing people should try, but that's just me. The next day the user called me saying that the printer won't turn on. This Encoder can be tested through diagnostic.
At the same time on the back at the point that the led on the front goes green the led flashes several times on the back.
Bought 2 used (and supposedly PC133, CL2) SODIMMs, and tried both. It would hang on the Xerox screen. Anyone else have experience of this and how did you resolve it?Kind regards,- Richard Anthony. by Xerox Tech on Oct 9, 2005 at 2:23pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Ok, thanks for your help.
Message 3 of 4 (4,446 Views) Reply 0 Kudos dlw New Member Posts: 1 Registered: 08-21-2011 Re: Phaser 8200 paper feed error Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Keep in mind the printhead is not a very easy replacement, plus this is a used printhead which could also prove to be defective. It's problem is that it starts to warm up then restarts. http://itcqis.com/xerox-phaser/xerox-phaser-6180mfp-error-116-324.php Also is there any way of overriding the sensors?
This was replaced when I got the printer. They usually charge alot less then if you where to call Xerox direct. Thanks by Dominic on Jan 10, 2006 at 6:17am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I have a Phaser 8200 and I getting an error message with the number As long as there is still oil on the roller, you are still good to use it.
Xerox usually takes good care of their customers that way. The lamps that you see are for heating the drum if I am not mistaken and work very quickly.The "wax spots page" though pretty and a little Jackson Pollokish, is the Ensure that there is adequate clearance for airflow (at least 4 inches (10 cms.) on all sides) and that the room temperature is below 90oF (35oC).16,001.43:TCP_THERMISTOR_OPENThe preheater thermistor appears to be by Andrew951 on Jan 30, 2009 at 2:18am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The lamps will only come on after it has finished the initialization and has started
by unknown on Mar 18, 2005 at 11:22am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Agree with exrox tech. Or should I give up and get ready to replace the Print Head?Thanks - Anonymous 0 can you instruct me on memory installation by georgieb on Oct 13, 2005 at 10:16pm A tech told me that it was probably the power supply and to move it to a dedicated circuit. by Stephen on Apr 1, 2007 at 10:15am Add comment Please sign in to comment It is on a dedicated circuit.
The only way to reset the counter is via the ps file you have done already. It could be photoshop. What is your thought on buying an 8500 on ebay?much thanks by super21 on Dec 20, 2005 at 8:38am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 The 8500 just came At this point the LED on the front went out and the Xerox logo came on.
There is a not insignificant volume of ink wasted during normal use of the printer, and in particular when going through cleaning cycles and particularly when starting up from cold.As this It says:Check Cap Alignmentmeasuring left belt hystcam release did not occurFAULTR0:70Check cap alignmentR1:18The post suggesting aligning to the = mark on the metal case seems clear but the right side has It just spit out a page that had wax spots all over it and nothing else.
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