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C252 code c3451

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Post time: 2010-10-9 16:30:41 |Show all posts
Pls help i have replced the fuser and still the same problem...cleared the data and initialsed the machine still the same.

Post time: 2010-12-5 20:15:09 |Show all posts
Guys I am an absolute Novice, thus I have a similar issue and I need help. PWB-M = Power on Main Board?
CNTH1=?
Is there a Pictorial Help that I can get? please help I am desperate. Do I need to replace the Fixing Unit? Or just adjust i did the Error Clear and that keeps coming back and that could mean that the issue is not resolved. The Unit gets hot though and I guess that is good but it gives error...
Please help urgently.
email: koketsom@tluka.co.za
Skype: koketso.mabuse: just send comm even it says I am offline.
Subject:
C3451 (C-3451) at power ON.
Description:
C3451 at power ON.
Solution:
CAUSE: Poorly seated connector on PWB-M or failed PWB-M.
SOLUTION: Reseat all connectors on PWB-M. Thoroughly, inspect CNTH1 on PWB-M. Ensure that all the pins are properly aligned and that the connector is firmly seated. Replace PWB-M (p/n 4038 H001 01) as necessary.
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Post time: 2010-11-21 13:19:02 |Show all posts
thank u will try it

Post time: 2010-11-7 06:22:55 |Show all posts
Subject:
C3451 (C-3451) at power ON.
Description:
C3451 at power ON.
Solution:
CAUSE: Poorly seated connector on PWB-M or failed PWB-M.
SOLUTION: Reseat all connectors on PWB-M. Thoroughly, inspect CNTH1 on PWB-M. Ensure that all the pins are properly aligned and that the connector is firmly seated. Replace PWB-M (p/n 4038 H001 01) as necessary.

Post time: 2010-10-23 23:26:48 |Show all posts
try trouble reset, should clear problem
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