Question about Tektronix Refurbished Phaser 560 Color laser printer -29119
Error 32 is most often caused by the cleaning blade clutch grease
gumming up. Error 33 is most often caused by the paper feeder clutch
grease also gumming up. Try cleaning the clutch and applying fresh
Can denatured Alcohol be used to clean areas or parts of printer without damage to it??
What kind of grease should be used for clutch grease??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Phaser 7700 not booting up
The Printer's Front Panel Displays Continually Tektronix Phaser 7700 by Xerox Logo
The printer is unable to boot past the postscript initialization tests.
Fixed! Did not fix.
TRY FIRST (Solutions without parts):
Verify printer is plugged into a dedicated power source.
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS AND HINTS:
Try booting the printer into diagnostic mode and resetting Engine NVRAM. Occasionally the printer can be recovered by resetting the values from the hard drive to the engine board.
PARTS:Parts are listed in the order of highest probability for repair.
NUMBER QTY DESCRIPTION
650430600 1 IMAGE PROCESSOR BOARD
650431002 1 MODULE KIT; HARD DRIVE FRU
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
SOURCE: Tektronix Phaser 8200 DX what is
That is a failure of the drum heater.
The easy way to determine if they are working is this.
Shut the machine off, turn the lights off in the office, or room the machine is in. Turn the machine back on. On the right side of the machine, there is a slotted area where the fan it, look in there and watch for a glow in the machine. Give it a minute or two, but if you don't see that glow, those heaters are not working.
They are not impossible to change, but requires some patience and care in replacing.
They are only, well if you live in North America, 120 volt, 150 watt halogen lamps. The simply burn out a filament.
You can go to Lowes or Home Depot and buy those. Or some local service Dealer could do that for you at a decent price.
If you want to try replacing those yourself, let me know, I will send you the procedure. Provide me your E-mail address and I will tell you how to replace those.
Please, do not pay the Xerox price for a new drum heater assembly, you will be stunned what they want for that item.
It really only requires replacing the bulbs, and most likely cleaning the contacts with some emery cloth.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
SOURCE: printer error code 61 on
In order to provide you a better solution I request you to provide me the opearating system you are using and also the make of the computer.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
There's a solenoid under the control board that actuates a stop for the cleaning blade shaft. The open cell foam the factory used to quiet the noise deteriorates with time leaving a sticky residue from the double sided tape.
Pick all the residue off and clean both the solenoid shaft and the metal plate. If you're concerned about noise, put some electrician's tape on the plate. But you might be going in for that falling off down the road. :p
Posted on May 12, 2010
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