Question about Sharp AR-5316 Advanced Digital Imager Copier
This error means:
heat roller abnormally low temperature.
1- check the heater lamp
2- check the thermistor
clear key --> interrupt key --> "0" key --> interrupt key --> 14 --> start key
Posted on Jul 26, 2012
I have sharp ar 5516s displays error code l4. can you help me please
Posted on May 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SHARP AR 5316 error H4
The problem is in the fusing unit try these steps:
STEP1: Press continuously CLEAR then INTERRUPT then ZERO then INTERRUPT
STEP2: The panel display will turn off it means that you are inside the simulation if not repeat again step1.
STEP3.Then type 14 then press the print button
If these steps doesn't work you must call an authorized serviceman to check your machine, maybe something is busted on the fusing unit like thermostat or fusing lamp.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
You're getting a heat roller low temp detection on the fuser in your copier. The fuser is the device that provides heat and pressure to the toner to bond/fuse it to the paper (it's that black, rectangular box in the upper part of the body when you open the left-hand side of the door).
Chances are a peice of paper is jammed up inside and blocking the sensor (probably a small peice that tore from a page someone tried to pull from the fuser). That or the temp sensor is defective.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: Ar 5516 display H4 error
This means that the fusing unit has a problem. Turn off the copier. Open the small side cover on the right of the fuser unit. You will see the wire connectors leading from the unit and carefully remove them.Open the three screws holding the unit and remove it, check the heater lamp continuity if out replace the lamp. Clean the thermistor and return the unit by reversing the removing process. Now try the code and it will work.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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