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Get F2-40 error on sharp ar-5520 Im a newbie in

Get F2-40 error on sharp ar-5520 Im a newbie in all of this. i was able to figure out how to enter to the service mode and i also tried code 14 and 16 . but still nothing happens. any suggestion what it might be?

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How are you , this problem occurs when there is very low toner concentration on the unit or low developer.
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  1. Replace a toner cartridge and make sure it is smoothly running as some come with hardened toner or
  2. Replace a new developer which is Sharp Ar 205 dv Check that the toner motor is rotating well
This error is self resetting so no need of simulation code. Bye.

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Get f 2 tuner caridge repace or tuner catridge chip replace your reset code below #-int-c-int& entering the commend; core code-home-subcode-home 10 ,tonermotor operation,14 trouble cancel (except for u2) 16 ,u2trouble cancel.20, 01, maintenance counter clear ,24,07drum counter clear,25 ,oi,10 main motor check,42,01developecounter clear

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Sharp AR-M165 simulation code H4-00


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We'll need to enter the simulation mode by pressing the # * C * 14 (HARSH - STAR - C - STAR - 14) and then hit the copy button twice. The machine will restart and the error code will stop showing.
You have successfully rebooted your Machine...
Note: You will need to have a fast finger for it to enter the simulation mode.

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In the code "pound star clear star sim 14" what key is sim?


Hi,
To enter service mode on the AR-M205 you need to press the keys: # key, interrupt key, C key, interrupt key.
then enter 14 & press start.
I assume you are trying to reset an error code.
If you have an error code U2 then enter 16 & press start.
Hope this helps.
Dave.

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My sharp AR-M207 is showing error H4.00 call for service i need solution


Enter simulation mode by pushing # * C * then type 14 and the copy button. The machine will restart and the error code will be gone.

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SHARP PRINTER AR-M455N ERROR CODE H5-01 RESET


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Unable to enter program mode for Sharp AR-C260M Copier / Printer


Solved the problem by switch on press #P Then * then C then *  then 14  This will then ask if to execute the action to clear the service code H5-01.
Will need to ensure that the fuser unit is not causing a blockage on the feed out path as this code is caused by 5 errors / misfeeds in the Fuser unit. 

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How can I get the error codes of my Sharp AR-507 and how to clear


Press the "P" key, the "Interupt" key, the "C" key then the "Interupt" key.

Once you enter the Simulation Mode, then "2,2, start (Print Key) will show the jam, service counters, and 2,4 start (Print Key)"will allow you to clear the counters.

To clear certain codes, once you enter the Simulation Mode, then enter "13 or 14 or 15 or 15 then start". Depending on the code will depend on which "number" you need to execute. (It doesn't hurt to do all the numbers."

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Sharp AR-5127, the error code U2-40


U2-40 is a board error, F1-15 is finisher lift motor error.

To reset: #, interrupt, clear, interrupt. (screen should say service mode), enter 16, print, are you sure? , yes.

For the finisher error, follow above procudure, entering 14 instead of 16. if error returns, disconnect the finisher

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