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    sharp ar-286 H5-01 error code HELP???

    Hi,

    Please help.....I think it's a fuser jam error......I cleared the jams already but still have that "Call for service" message.

    Thanks


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    Trusted Tech 50+ Posts johnbla's Avatar
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    H5-01 is 5 continuous jams in the F-section and requires full examination of F-section and Left door assembly, for root cause.
    It will need Engr/Sim codes to re-set the machine.

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    John

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    nolovenodie
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnbla View Post
    H5-01 is 5 continuous jams in the F-section and requires full examination of F-section and Left door assembly, for root cause.
    It will need Engr/Sim codes to re-set the machine.

    I'm sorry...i'm really new to this and dont even know where is the F-section. What are the Engr/sim codes to reset?

    Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by nolovenodie View Post
    I'm sorry...i'm really new to this and dont even know where is the F-section. What are the Engr/sim codes to reset?

    Thanks
    F-Section. Means the fusing section.

    The service code H5-01 needs to be reset by a technician. So you may wish to call your local Sharp authorized service supplier.


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    Smile reset code for h5-01

    I don't know if this will work for your model but on a sharp mx-2700n
    pressing #p * c * then 14 execute press blk/wht button then press CA will reset a code h5-01. I had a bad paper jam in the fuser that set the code.




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    What is the point in just 'Re Setting' an Error code, If you don't know WHAT it means and WHAT happened to cause the Error code in the First place.................... ???


    Ps
    MX code won't work on a Cougar

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    nolovenodie
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnbla View Post
    What is the point in just 'Re Setting' an Error code, If you don't know WHAT it means and WHAT happened to cause the Error code in the First place.................... ???


    Ps
    MX code won't work on a Cougar
    I guess it's just to "temporarily" solve the problem and wait til I have the money to fix the machine. :-)


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    P * C * 14 Then 1 For Yes And Follow On Screen Directions, Code Should Clear Out.

    Jamie


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    Quote Originally Posted by JDE75 View Post
    P * C * 14 Then 1 For Yes And Follow On Screen Directions, Code Should Clear Out.

    Jamie
    I tried this to clear my H5-01 error on my AR-286, but nothing works.

    To clarify:
    P is the Program button
    C is the Clear button
    Is there a button for the * or is that just a separator for button hits?

    Thanks!


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    sharp ar-286 H5-01 error code HELP???

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    Maybe you should find out why it jams every time? A reset is only indicated here when you solve your jamming problem. For example, Is there a lead edge void on prints? No void means heat roller wraps every time. Broken or out of position pawls? Teflon worn off the heat roller? Is gear 48T melted and/or deformed due to overheating? Is the bed handle broken by rough handling by the customer? Does the exposure lamp light too slowly, causing a black leading edge on every copy? Is paper wrapped around the rollers or the lower roller impaled by a fuser pawl, stopping rotation?

    And that is just the common causes. =^..^=

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
    1) demonstrate that you've read the manual
    2) demonstrate that you made some attempt to fix it.
    3) if you're going to ask about jams include the jam code.
    4) if you're going to ask about an error code include the error code.


    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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