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ReoNeo
10-05-2010, 02:57 PM
Can someone help me with a issue, where the Bizhub C203 blow out the fuses in customers building, when you power up the machine. Have tryed another electrical line, but the same happend. :confused:
Have tryed to change the fuser unit.
Looking forward to get some hint, please.

Mr Spock
10-06-2010, 01:05 AM
Either the wall plugs are not wired correctly, the circuit is overloaded, or you have a dead short in the copier. I would look at the power supply and fuser wiring.

Stirton.M
10-06-2010, 01:31 AM
There are these electrical testers.... :074 Outlet Tester 1:5:10:365 EcoTip Blog (http://1510365blog.wordpress.com/category/latest-1510365-tips/074-outlet-tester/)

A must have in the tool kit.

I agree with what Mr. Spock mentioned. Something not quite right. The second fuse blow, was this on the same breaker, or a different one? And what else was plugged in to those circuits? These machines are very power demanding, I generally do not recommend they share an outlet with any thing else for reliable operation.

pepper38_cnd
10-09-2010, 05:37 PM
I had one do the same thing. It was the fuser coil and coil board you have to replace them together.

havinamare
10-27-2010, 10:57 AM
yup - fuser coil and fuser together - had it twice .

DCPS
10-27-2010, 01:52 PM
@havinamare, pepper38_cnd

Can you please guys show me or tell me where did you find these 2 things (fusing coil and board) on a bizhub C203?

Stirton.M
10-28-2010, 03:40 AM
I think they might be confusing the C203 series with a C451 series machine.

The C451 series machines, the fuser unit does not contain a heat lamp. It instead employs an induction coil that is fixed to the main frame which induces a metal core on the fuser roller to heat up, virtually instantaneously. See attached image...part #5 is the coil unit.
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This design is not present in the C203, so even I am at a loss of which coil and board they are referencing. Searching the parts and service and theory manuals yields nothing on this. The fusing unit on the C203 is a self contained unit, consisting of a halogen lamp arrangment which heats up the fuser. Relative to the C451 series, very inefficient and slow warm up.

Have you tried the copier on a dedicated circuit by itself?

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