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116-324 System Controller RAP

An exceptional Controller error shut down the processor.

Initial Actions

Power Off/On
Procedure

Pull out and insert or replace the DIMM (PL 11.2).

If the problem persists, replace the ESS PWB (PL 11.2).
116-325 ESS Fan RAP

The ESS fan failed.
Procedure
Replace the ESS fan (PL 11.2).

Xerox WorkCentre... | Answered Yesterday


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Xerox Computers... | Answered on Sep 09, 2019


I have also fixed my wife's Xerox monitor Thanks to all the posts on this website !!! I just fixed it yesterday. It was fairly easy.

I layed my on a clean towel. Like they said remove the stand first. Then the 2 screw's on the back side near the bottom. Then push the glass down about a 1/4'' .It took a couple of tries to get the glass to push down. Then lift the glass off the front of the monitor. Lay the monitor on it's back. There are 6 screws that hold the screen in place. Gently lift the screen up, on the right side are 2 sets on wires to disconnect. On the upper left side there is a small ribbon cable gently unplug it. Then you can lift the screen out. Now you will see a metal cover over the power supply board and the other board. There is about 6 scews to remove and then the metal cover will come off. The power supply board is on the right side. In order to remove the board you need to remove the screw holding the green ground wire down, It is on the lower left side next to where the black plug in, for the power cord plugs in. Now you need to gently pull that black plug up and pull the wires towards the right to get them out. On the power supply board there are 4 screws holding it down, also on the upper left side the board has a 6 pin connector where it plugs into the other board, gently pull it up. Now the board is out and you can take it to radio shack to get the capacitor's for it. I replaced, all 6 of the big ones and the 1 small one. I had to go to 2 stores to get all 6 of the big ones. Radio shacks item # for the 6 big ones is 272-1030 and the one small one is item # 272-1029. I also bought a pencil sodering iron and some soder they suggested. I spent $25.00 to fix my monitor. After reading the posts on here i figured i could do this. It took me about half a day to do this work. I also copied the posts to Microsoft Word on my computer so i could print out the posts to help me with doing this work. I also saw a few posts where some of you were asking for more help and directions on how to do this. So this is my way of thanking the people who already posted about fixing their monitor.

Thanks again for the post from Xeroxfixed posted Mar.16, 2008 and guest posted may 8, 2008 with out those that monitor would still be sitting in a box in the house collecting dust. Now it is on my wife's desk and she is happy to have it working again. We bought because she really liked the glass front on it.

Xerox XG-91D 19"... | Answered on Jul 24, 2019


it is the code for fuser heat control problem. Usually, the unit has its airflow restricted try moving the unit or cleaning it to see if the problem clears

Here is a list of all the error codes

WorkCentre 7425 style Fault Code List Part

Xerox Workcentre... | Answered on May 18, 2019


Please can you tell where are you exactly getting this error . and also mention the Application name in which you got this

Xerox Phaser... | Answered on Apr 05, 2019


Try these easy fixes for better quality laser printing. If your issues persist, the problem is more likely to be due to supplies or hardware.
Check your print driver to make sure you have the correct paper or media selected.
Double check that the paper loaded in the tray matches the type selected in the printer driver.
In some laser printers, the user has an adjustment for paper type. If your printer's fuser can be adjusted manually, check to see that it's set properly but be aware: fusers get very hot so exercise caution.
Check out your toner cartridges, an imaging unit(s) and the fuser for damage. These components vary by model and manufacturer so it's best to refer to the User Guide.
If you've got smudge marks, print several blank sheets of paper and they will eventually fade away.

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Xerox Computers... | Answered on Apr 01, 2019


yellow color missing of my xerox wc 7435 printer

Xerox Workcentre... | Answered on Mar 26, 2019


Before using the altboot software to examine the sbc board, check ALL power strips and any other possible connections to be certain no fuse is being tripped, no overheat sensor is being triggered, no power strip is overloaded with too many things plugged into it, etc.
Very often power strips are simply overtasked and will pout and shut down temporarily.
Also, if possible plug your unit directly into a wall AC outlet, with NOTHING else plugged into the same outlet.

Xerox WorkCentre... | Answered on Mar 26, 2019

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