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    Oce error code 0810

    Hi,
    I am having a poblem with an oce 7050 wide format plotter/printer with a code 0810
    (one of the NTC ) reading high, i did notice some toner spill in the paper path can someone
    please tell me if that can cause such a code and how to reset this code???

    Thanks in advance for your help .....


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    Re: Oce error code 0810

    flashing exp.
    LED +2
    0801 110000001 The correct fuser
    temperature is not
    reached within a specific
    time
     Check front fuser 08E1 and
    rear fuser 08E2
     Check main controller
    22PBA01 (See 22 Con.
    page 401)
     Check NTCs
    0802 110000010 Within 10 sec the
    fuser must have
    reached a temperature
    of 100 C
     Check NTCs
     Check heaters 08E1 08E2
     Check main controller
    22PBA01 (See 22 Con.
    page 401)
     Wires SSR 08S3 interchanged
    (See 08 Fus.
    page 402).
    0803 110000011 Fuser temperature
    higher than 330 C
     Paper in the fuser
     SSR 08S3 switched on
    continuously
     Check main controller
    22PBA01 (See 22 Con.
    page 401)
    0809
    0810
    0811
    0812
    0813
    0814
    110001001
    110001010
    110001011
    110001100
    110001101
    110001110
    an NTC indicates a
    temperature which is
    too high
    NTC left
    NTC middle left
    NTC control
    NTC middle right
    NTC right
    NTC absorber
     Check wiring
     Check corresponding NTC
    To check: disconnect the
    indicated NTC and connect
    it to a multimeter to measure
    the resistance. Run
    SDS test -1, 0. There must
    be a uniform decrease
    (from 1.5 Mohm to
    700 kohm) of the resistance.
    If this is the case, the
    fuser can be causing the
    problem
     Check main controller
    22PBA01
     Short-circuit
    i hope this help....good luck


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