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    Hello everybody and thanks for all the infomation shared here.
    I have been reading this forum for almost a year now and it has helped me through quite some struggle.

    So here is my newest quest:
    Canon ir8500 with a 0A0C.

    Before I have changed the bushings of my fuser roller and the driving gear.
    (They were completely rotten and particles affected the gear.)
    So I know there is no paper anywhere because there was no process like that going on.

    As far as I understand I now have a sensor PS10 missing power failure and afaik this one is part of the fuser unit next to the lower fuser roller.
    But this one is connected and clean.

    So are my thoughts actually right? Is it the right sensor?

    Any other ideas? Do I have to change the sensor?
    (Haven't found any easy opportunity to purchase one so far ...)

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    Re: ir8500

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin (ACS Collective) View Post
    Hello everybody and thanks for all the infomation shared here.
    I have been reading this forum for almost a year now and it has helped me through quite some struggle.

    So here is my newest quest:
    Canon ir8500 with a 0A0C.

    Before I have changed the bushings of my fuser roller and the driving gear.
    (They were completely rotten and particles affected the gear.)
    So I know there is no paper anywhere because there was no process like that going on.

    As far as I understand I now have a sensor PS10 missing power failure and afaik this one is part of the fuser unit next to the lower fuser roller.
    But this one is connected and clean.

    So are my thoughts actually right? Is it the right sensor?

    Any other ideas? Do I have to change the sensor?
    (Haven't found any easy opportunity to purchase one so far ...)
    If you suspect PS10 is faulty you can swap it with another sensor in the machine as a test (most are the same check the part numbers)
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    Re: ir8500

    Thanks.

    I swaped it with PS16 and afterwards also with a completely new sensor.
    Same result: 0A0C
    So maybe the power cord is broken?
    But before I go on trying on this I would love to know if my guess that 0A0C means a power-on jam with external delivery sensor PS10 is actually right and if I identified PS10 correctly. Can anyone confirm?


    ir8500 sensors.jpgphoto5262770234522187695.jpg

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    Re: ir8500

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin (ACS Collective) View Post
    Thanks.

    I swaped it with PS16 and afterwards also with a completely new sensor.
    Same result: 0A0C
    So maybe the power cord is broken?
    But before I go on trying on this I would love to know if my guess that 0A0C means a power-on jam with external delivery sensor PS10 is actually right and if I identified PS10 correctly. Can anyone confirm?


    ir8500 sensors.jpgphoto5262770234522187695.jpg
    Haaa xD
    All good now. I mixed PS10 with PS6. My picture is wrong ^^

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    Re: ir8500

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin (ACS Collective) View Post
    Haaa xD
    All good now. I mixed PS10 with PS6. My picture is wrong ^^
    Well done! yes there are a few sensors in that area.
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    Re: ir8500

    Too soon.
    Now I am getting a long list of 0110, 010c, 010b, 010c, 0110 and again a 010c....

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