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    Hi all.
    Just wondered if anyone has any ideas on this fault, I got a call to a customer with error code sc547 and discovered fuse 101 on psu(8 amp-250v) was blown,customer said they thought power cable was faulty and replaced it with another printers cable, I replaced it with the correct cable & replaced the fuse (5 amp-250v it was all i had at the time) & 10 days later got a call back with sc 547 blown fuse again I then fitted the correct rated fuse, customer has m/c plugged into a power surge socket & claims no other m/c is affected ,thanks in advance & merry christmas to all.

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    Re: MPC 2500

    SC547 is a zero cross error. Could be a defective PSU.

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    Re: MPC 2500

    Had this on a MPC3300 this week although mine blew straight away and was caused by the pressure arm spring coming loose and shorting the lamps. I realise your fault can't be the same as it does run for a while before blowing the fuse, but the fuser could be good place to look at to start with.

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    Re: MPC 2500

    HAve you actually measured the power at the outlet to see if it is correct?????
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    Re: MPC 2500

    Thanks for the replies, the m/c has been in situ for three years with no problems & has a surge adapter fitted, the fuser unit was replaced at the same time as the 5 amp fuse was fitted, I have fitted the correct fuse & am waiting to see if this blows too but the m/c is in a school so wont know till after the holidays, thanks again.

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    Hi guys
    SC 547 error . I checked all fuses are ok
    Copier was working ok i replaced only paper lift up motor when i installed the power supply i got this error any one can guide me
    Please

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    Re: MPC 2500

    Have you ensured the cables are all reconnected properly
    Maybe you have placed the fuser cable in the wrong place

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonerbomb View Post
    HAve you actually measured the power at the outlet to see if it is correct?????
    Thank you very much i solved the trouble .
    Yes you guys were wright the problem were from Fuse.
    coz without removing i checked and found ok but when i remove from slot and checked then i found it was blown up
    replaced it . Thanks

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    Re: MPC 2500

    Quote Originally Posted by SOHAIL View Post
    Hi guys
    SC 547 error . I checked all fuses are ok
    Copier was working ok i replaced only paper lift up motor when i installed the power supply i got this error any one can guide me
    Please
    wow talk about kicking a dead horse ...

    as a newbie .. may I suggest starting you OWN NEW thread and list like the OP on this thread..
    Page Counts Machine/Supplies
    work done on machine
    (in your case) measure wall voltage.. any surges etc
    New/Old Wiring

    things that might help us more

    since it was working *more-or-less* before your touched it..
    go back over your work..
    unplug/plug all harnesses..
    did you reset any error codes?

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