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you should have nothing to worry about by Xerox Tech on Jun 16, 2005 at 6:37pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 i would just like to know if There is no heat generated and no ink shows up in the waste pan even after it kept initializing for half an hour. I am not sure where it is exactly. These cancel almost immediately.When a paper jams, you have to go in there and take it out (very easy), and then the printer will send a "cleaning" paper to take out http://devstude.net/xerox-phaser/xerox-phaser-8200-error.php

Most advanced users will just Google their error code and most of the time the solution will be found. Does the 8200 have this problem? by Xerox Tech on Jul 12, 2005 at 6:21pm Add comment Please sign in to comment Xerox will charge $25 to assist with this problem if I don't have a Service Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive.

The wax does, however, fade quickly in sunlight.Wax blocks are costly and the secret to good print:block ratio is dont turn the machine off unless absolutely necessary, the power-on clean pushes The 8200 ink, sadly, will not work in the 8500, and I highly suggest to NOT try and reshave the cubes to make them fit. I chose the 8200DP specifically over the other 8200 models because it provides the “photo mode” with higher resolution (1200 dpi vs. 1000 dpi) and higher quality output than the 8200B When one or both of the bulbs go out in the heater, you can expect long warm up times and eventually the printer should display an error 15,004.45.

All 4 of the DIP switches should be in the same position; I believe they all go down off the top of my head.Dominic: Did you transfer the chip over when He may have some additional insight and tests you can perform and from time to time he has the parts available. by 8200blues on Oct 29, 2005 at 7:54pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Does it power off or just start all over again with the warm up message. moewitz · April 17, 2006 - 18:53 EST #54 @Tim Caine - Error code 15,004.45Most likely the drum heater. (Means:the bulbs!) Tim Padden · April 22, 2006 - 01:05 EST #55

Is this a major problem or something that can be easily fixed? The error code descriptions are very cryptic and do not just tell you to replace the bulbs. using the 850 ink can also cause paper jams due to ink sticking to the drum. Ron Wallace · October 24, 2004 - 01:40 EST #17 My 8200 is about 19 months old.It's been left on most of the time because of the ink-use problem.

The standard kit (about half the price is not available)any thoughts where i can buy it?Max by maxwellreid on Jul 8, 2005 at 12:14am Add comment Please sign in to comment I purchased the lamps at Home Depot. Using premium glossy paper however, you can often attain results that might convince the casual observer that the printer had actually produced a photograph. by 8200blues on Oct 30, 2005 at 5:11am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 You may want to email Xereox Tech who posts to this site all the time.

I could smell the ink heating up, which I don't remember from when the printing failed. Pretty good. I would fix it if it wasnt a main board or print head by jdwvw on Aug 29, 2005 at 5:00pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 This message The problem with this printer is that everytime it starts up, it goes through the routine of a cold start and then displays "Warming Up" on the LCD.

Third time I restarted (after 5 min - 2 hrs in between), 10 double red blinks and the screen just looks like it is trying to come on but can't. 4th Get More Info Happens with a few pictures in my Power Point presentation, Windows 2000 operating system, others are fine. Do you know what a minimum distance is for: printhead-to-drum gapRobert Preston : Usually about 1.1mm if i recall correctlyRobert Preston : But I've almost never seen that as the problemRobert by fivestargourmet on Sep 12, 2005 at 8:23am Add comment Please sign in to comment I suspect that you may have a problem with the drum heater.

Xerox® and Xerox and Design® are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Good Luck. There are all sorts of other impressive features that have been engineered into this printer. http://devstude.net/xerox-phaser/xerox-phaser-8200-error-codes.php after one week in restarting printer received error code 14.00.

In short, the output is eye candy. Have you ever seen the book for this printer? I own an 8200 and I love it.

I found several of these companies to be very sympathetic when it came to individuals trying to deal with Xerox.

I love knowing how much ink I have used (to five decimal places!) because it provides very accurate billing, but I'm aware that the five-page report uses a lot of yellow Paper handling: I was disappointed to see that the main paper tray only handles 200 sheets. There is a service manual here:http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1284733&page=1Or they can be purchased online or on ebay... THIS ISN'T RIGHT, ADVANCED REPAIRERS SHOULD HAVE ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION AND XEROX SHOULD HAVE SCHEMATICS ETC.

And, when in standby, it can take about a full minute to warm back up. A double-sided full color document generated at such speed does make your spine tingle a little, no matter how jaded a computer user you may be. My LaserJet 4000N is virtually silent when idle. this page The first page is printed face down and spit out about 90%, then just before it is ejected fully, it is sucked back in and the second page comes out face

If message says a Jet stack problem, then it is either the printhead, of the power supply. That error indicates the left jet stack is "running away" and except for checking the electrical connections to the printhead which never go bad, the printhead needs to be replaced. It is compatible with virtually every flavor of Unix (including OS X), OS 8 and 9, and Windows. Not sure on the sudden powering off issue.

But, if a wiring or something else goes out (I think someone once mentioned a sensor on this assembly), you'll have to replace the whole unit. Add Stickiness To Your Site By Linking To This Professionally Managed Technical Forum.Just copy and paste the BBCode HTML Markdown MediaWiki reStructuredText code below into your site. Xerox/Tektronix Printers Forum I turned the power Off and back On again. IPs are for networked printers.If it can be networked, I'd try doing it for a few minutes.

When this happened a year later, I was completely on my own.In my mind, there's only two ways that it makes sense to own this machine. You could try a NVRAM reset and see if that helps. by Perkins on Sep 9, 2005 at 3:31pm Add comment Please sign in to comment I'm not sure about the newer printers but the 840-850-860-8200 CAN NOT use the wasted ink by curtis hammond on May 21, 2005 at 12:18am Add comment Please sign in to comment OK - i'll post the switch when i get back to my office on monday

After restarting a couple more times, it now starts to initialize normally but again hangs up with the big Xerox when it gets to the print head test. Cheaper models can be upgraded to provide duplex functionality, and the 8200B can be fitted with the networking card. Who does this to printouts in real life? That error indicates the left jack stack is defective.

Still, everything looks so much better in Photo mode, including text. Cost Per Page I have not performed a rigorous cost per page analysis of the Phaser 8200 vs. In this mode the printer gets extremely high marks for print quality across the boards. Also, the ink you get is a bit more expensive than elsewhere.Since the Media Sciences one is cheaper we use it more.

If you are printing a lot (couple hundred pages), you might want to do single sided twice. Jeremy · September 27, 2003 - 10:47 EST #7 I ordered the free sampler set of Media Sciences ink (two of each color and one black) and those sticks are "passing