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Brother MFC-9420CN error list

Error list:

  • 20 - Laser power error
  • 21 - Beam detector error
  • 22 - Nvram error
  • 23 - Engine controller error
  • 24 - Process timing clock error
  • 25 - Developing motor error
  • 26 - Main motor error
  • 27 - Scanner motor error
  • 28 - Charge HV unit error
  • 29 - LVPS error
  • 2A - Fuser thermistor error
  • 2B - Fuser heater error
  • 2C - Fuser temperature low error
  • 2D - Fuser temperature low error
  • 2E - Fuser temperature high error
  • 2F - Fuser ACOFF error
  • 30 - Erase LED error
  • 31 - Power supply fan error
  • 32 - Exit fan error
  • 33 - Laser unit fan error
  • 34 - Yellow switching clutch error
  • 35 - Magenta switching clutch error
  • 36 - Cyan switching clutch error
  • 37 - Black switching solenoid error
  • 38 - Yellow switching solenoid error
  • 39 - Magenta switching solenoid error
  • 3A - Cyan switching solenoid error
  • 3B - Black switching solenoid error
  • 3C - Transfer belt error
  • 3D - Transfer roller solenoid error
  • 3E - Transfer roller solenoid error
  • 3F - Fuser unit clutch error
  • 40 - Belt marker sensor error
  • 41 - HVU connection error
  • 42 - Toner empty sensor error
  • 43 - Toner empty sensor error
  • 44 - Lower feeder unit error
  • 81 - Recording paper jam
  • 82 - Recording paper jam
  • 83 - Recording paper jam
  • 84 - Recording paper jam
  • 85 - No papertray
  • 88 - Recording paper jam
  • 8A - The main motor does not rotate
  • 8B - The main motor stops suddenly
  • A1 - Front cover (scanner unit) front cover
  • A2 - Document jam
  • A3 - Document jam
  • A5 - FAX scanning failure
  • A6 - FAX scanning failure. (retry)
  • AB - CIS Resolution failure
  • AF - CIS positioning error
  • B7 - A/D converter reference
  • B9 - Light emission intensity error
  • BB - White level data error
  • BD - Black level data error
  • D0 - DF - Modem error
  • E6 - Write error in EEPROM
  • E8 - Data scanning error
  • EA - Document removed at phaseB
  • F8 - Battery connection error


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