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    Xerox phaser 7400 error 929

    Hi. Newbie here. Got this message, tried Xerox Support and it sucks. phaserSMART.com too. What is this error fault 929?

    Any help will be appreciated.


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    929 Failure in the Waste Toner Motor.



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    Failure in the Waste Toner Motor
    The Waste Toner Motor has stopped rotating.
    Applicable Status Code:
    Code 929:
    The Waste Toner Motor has failed.

    Initial Actions:
    Cycle the printer's power.

    If the problem persists follow the procedure below.

    Troubleshooting Reference Table
    Applicable Parts Wiring and Plug/Jack References
    Waste Toner Motor, PL7.1.3

    Motor Driver Board, PL2.1.10

    Engine Control Boar d, PL1.1.4

    Print Engine Map 5 (page 10-8)

    Print Engine Motor Driver Board (2/6) (page 10-32)

    Print Engine Motor Driver Board (6/6) (page 10-36)

    Troubleshooting Procedure Table
    Step Actions and Questions Yes No
    1
    Test the Waste Toner Motor.
    1. Close the Interlock Switches for test.
    2. Run the Service Diagnostics Waste
    Toner Motor test.
    Does the motor operate?
    Complete. Replace the motor
    (page 8-107). If the
    error persists, go
    to Step 2.

    2
    Check for +24 V to the Waste Toner Motor.
    Is the +24 V across WTDC- 3 <=>
    ground?
    Go to Step 5. Go to Step 3.

    3
    Check Motor Driver Board POW24
    connector for 24 V.
    1. Disconnect POW24.
    Is the +24 V across POW24 pins 1 and 2?
    Replace the Motor
    Driver Board
    (page 8-141).
    Go to Step 4.

    4
    Check for 24 V at the LVPS
    1. Disconnect CN2 on the LVPS.
    Is the +24 V across pins 1 and 2?
    Replace the
    POW24 Harness.
    Replace the LVPS
    (page 8-121).

    5
    Check all pins of the DRV1 harness for
    continuity.
    Disconnect the DRV1 ribbon cable.
    Is the cable conductive?
    Replace the Engine
    Control Board
    (page 8-112).
    Replace the DRV1

    Harness.



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