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Phaser 8200DP - Powering Off

Phaser 8200DP - Powering Off

Phaser 8200DP - Powering Off

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Hello all, I cleaned the pick-up roller and cleared an obstruction in the top exit slot of my old 8200DP, which apart from the picking up from the paper tray and delivering of duplex prints, was running fine. Now when switched on it's warming up / cleaning to 50%, 60% or more % and then powering off as if disconnected from the power supply. Never done it before. Any solutions / suggestions?

RE: Phaser 8200DP - Powering Off

Possible thermal sensor, or electronics module seems to be over heating. Personally, the machine model had issues with heating system and was replace by the Phaser 8400 back in 2005-2006. As of today, they have improved the design and have changed the name to ColorQube 8570 which runs about $500-$600. If you are planning on using generic ink sticks (even though Media Science) is out of business, I would try to locate the Phaser 8560 series model as it's replacement due to the face the new units don't allow compatible replacements. Xerox got smart and added codes to their shapes.. and put ink loader sensors so that no one can make a compatible.

if you need a copy of the service manual, please contact me, and I will try and dig one up.

David Drury
AA Universal Toners & Technologies LLC
Xerox IT Channel Partner
www.aautt.com
401-495-1000

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