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Sharp MX4112N Top Searches

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F2-40Description: Toner density sensor trouble (K)
E7-20Description: LSU laser detection error (K)
F6-21Description: Improper combination of TEL/LIU PWB and FAX soft switch Incompatibility between the TEL/LIU PWB and the FAX control PWB information (soft switch)
L4-50Description: Process fan trouble The fan operation signal is not detected.
U6-21Description: LCC transport motor trouble No variation in the motor rotation sensor signal (encoder sign) is detected within the specified time after booting or stopping the LCC transport motor.

Sharp MX4112N Common Errors

The most common error codes.

Error
F2-40Description: Toner density sensor trouble (K)
E7-20Description: LSU laser detection error (K)
F6-21Description: Improper combination of TEL/LIU PWB and FAX soft switch Incompatibility between the TEL/LIU PWB and the FAX control PWB information (soft switch)
L4-50Description: Process fan trouble The fan operation signal is not detected.
U6-21Description: LCC transport motor trouble No variation in the motor rotation sensor signal (encoder sign) is detected within the specified time after booting or stopping the LCC transport motor.
L4-50Description: Process fan trouble The fan operation signal is not detected.
E7-20Description: LSU laser detection error (K)
F6-21Description: Improper combination of TEL/LIU PWB and FAX soft switch Incompatibility between the TEL/LIU PWB and the FAX control PWB information (soft switch)
EE-EUDescription: Automatic toner density adjustment error (Under toner) The sampling level in the automatic toner density adjustment is 178 or above or the control voltage is 51 or less.
U6-21Description: LCC transport motor trouble No variation in the motor rotation sensor signal (encoder sign) is detected within the specified time after booting or stopping the LCC transport motor.