10-18-2005 07:25 AM
One of those parts can cause this error. It has happened however that a good fuser can be taken out by a bad dc controller and althought rare in my opinion it does happen. The fuser can be tested if you have a good multimeter. Have also read where there have been manufacturing problems with earlier fusers (not sure of the validity of this). Might check with your supplier.
Here are a couple of threads:
Unresolved but recognized as common
10-19-2005 12:32 AM
Another thing to think about, are you using the correct fuser. I did the same thing - replaced the fuser 3x - on a 4250 before realizing that although the fuser physically fits, it is not compatible with the 4200 fuser and I was getting 50.2 errors as well. The correct part number for the 4200 is RM1-0013.
10-19-2005 04:39 AM
10-19-2005 05:38 AM