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    Has anyone seen a e001-0004 error on a iradv8295. The manual says it is a difference of temp detected by the termistors. I have replaced the thermistors, replaces the harness for the fuser and the back of the machine. It tends to get this code after a long copy job is finished. by the time I get there the machine is cool and the thermistor read approximatly the same temp.


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    Re: e001-0004 ir8295

    Quote Originally Posted by bucman1 View Post
    Has anyone seen a e001-0004 error on a iradv8295. The manual says it is a difference of temp detected by the termistors. I have replaced the thermistors, replaces the harness for the fuser and the back of the machine. It tends to get this code after a long copy job is finished. by the time I get there the machine is cool and the thermistor read approximatly the same temp.



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    Re: e001-0004 ir8295

    Quote Originally Posted by bucman1 View Post
    Has anyone seen a e001-0004 error on a iradv8295. The manual says it is a difference of temp detected by the termistors. I have replaced the thermistors, replaces the harness for the fuser and the back of the machine. It tends to get this code after a long copy job is finished. by the time I get there the machine is cool and the thermistor read approximatly the same temp.
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    Don't remember what the end code was but had a machine with e001 that only replacing the upper half of fuser fixed. It happened at least twice and customer had two machines and the other one never did it. I tried thermistors first. Maybe the inner heat core is bad.


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    Re: e001-0004 ir8295

    Replacing thermo switch, main and sub thermistors may resolve it


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    Re: e001-0004 ir8295

    Quote Originally Posted by bucman1 View Post
    Has anyone seen a e001-0004 error on a iradv8295. The manual says it is a difference of temp detected by the thermistors. I have replaced the thermistors, replaces the harness for the fuser and the back of the machine. It tends to get this code after a long copy job is finished. by the time I get there the machine is cool and the thermistor read approximately the same temp.
    you didn't replace thermostats did you?
    you are looking at boards...what controls the temp in the fuser? Thermostats!

    how do the exhaust fans look? full of crud? clean them out.


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