Question about OKI C5500n Laser Printer
Pls help me solve the error 980 on OKI C5600
I got that error on the first day i got my oki c5950 it was a result of a paper jam in the fuser unit, i removed the jamed paper but the error was still there, i contacted oki support and got a detailed explanation on how to fix this error with a patch file, so if u or anyone out there r still having that problem send me a mail on firstname.lastname@example.org and i will forward u the info.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
If you have 980 fatal error and have checked that there is no paper stuck in fuser or you have removed the paper and still have error, then you should contact Oki, there is a fix for this exact problem, if you contact them they will send you a patch which you will need to run on the printer. This will fix your problem
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 980: Fatal Error
From the Service Manual:
*Error by media
clinging to the fuser
*Media has clung to the fuser.
Replace the fuser unit.
Before you replace the fuser, take it out and check for a piece of stuck label, paper, etc. You can spin the fuser roller by turning the gear on the side.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
SOURCE: does anyone know what is
If you look on top of the fuser roller(upper orange roller), there is a thermistor (orange rectangle plastic that rides on the roller) you will see four wires going into that housing. Two are for the thermistor and the other two is for the fuse that is built into the housing. You would have to use a soldering iron to melt the plastic that the fuse is sitting in. You would have to figure out what to use as a fast blow fuse.
Okidata makes it difficult to take out the thermistor because the nut is locktite on the screw. Try using the soldering iron to melt it. Just make sure you dont damage the thermistor.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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