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SOURCE: Xerox copy center C35 - Replace Xerographic module

You can try this.
Press the access button, You will see a button called Enablement Code, then enter this number. *33886714351 .
Make sure you entter the * first, that is the button bottom left on the keypad.
That should allow you 5000 more pages. But it can only be done once. May or may not work on that product. But thats all I know.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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SOURCE: how we solve the fuser moduleR3 temperature fault in the xerox machin of modul 5755

http://www.usask.ca/consumer_services/officecopiers/Replace_Fuser_Module_and_Ozone_Filter.pdf

if you have replaced the ozone filter also, ignore.
if not, shut down.

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I have a problem of fuser module (r3) temperature error in xerox workcentre 5755


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The toner module has stopped supplying toner to the xerographic module.

Procedure
WARNING
Switch off the electricity to the machine. Disconnect the power cord from the customer
supply while performing tasks that do not need electricity. Electricity can cause death or
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1. Check that the tape seal has been removed from the xerographic module, PL 9.10 Item 1.
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Xerox 4150 my paper is a light shade of grey, what can it be thank you


Giacomos,

Is the paper a shade of grey with no image? or is there an image with a grey background?
If there is a image with a grey background you should try a new toner module. If that doesn't resolve the issue, clean the xerographic drum, make 10 blank copies, if the cleaning doesn't resolve the issue than install a new xerographic module.

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Xerox copy center C35 - Replace Xerographic module


You can try this.
Press the access button, You will see a button called Enablement Code, then enter this number. *33886714351 .
Make sure you entter the * first, that is the button bottom left on the keypad.
That should allow you 5000 more pages. But it can only be done once. May or may not work on that product. But thats all I know.

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Xerox 265 toning problem


The charge assembly is part of the module. It is called the Xerographic module.Ther should be a small orange knob sticking out of the module that you can pull out and in that would clean the charge and possibly help. But replacing it would resolve your issue, I am 99 percent certain. The only other issue would be the developer housing, but if that were the problem the machine should fault out and just not run at all.I honestly am not sure of the number, familarity makes you not pay attention to some things. Those are customer replacable. Look up a place on google called The Parts Drop. Get the number and call, ask for Britt, he will help you with what you need. If you have a maintenance contract, Xerox will provide the xero module free of charge.
Its in a pretty big box. about 2 by 3 feet size.
You take the old one out by moving an orange lever sliding the old one out and putting the new one in, there is also a waste bottle on the left side of the machine you pop in and out.

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