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"80 Scheduled Maintenance Advised" Error on Dell 5210n, 5310n Printers.

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  1. '80 Scheduled Maintenance Advised' Error on Dell 5210n, 5310n Printers.

Issue 1.

'80 Scheduled Maintenance Advised' Error on Dell 5210n, 5310n Printers.

This is not a hardware error, it is a scheduled reminder that the fuser and other consumable components in the printer have reached the end of their usable life.

The replacement kit required to resolve is known as the 300K kit or the Fuser Maintenance Kit.

Replacement of the fuser maintenance kit is covered under the printer warranty. The fuser maintenance kit should be purchased only if the printer warranty is expired.

If this message is displayed on the LCD Panel please call Dell Technical Support to request replacement parts with an engineer.

Once the maintenance kit has been replaced, the maintenance counter will need to be reset. This should be carried out by the engineer when the part is replaced.

If you have replaced the maintenance kit and message remains on screen please follow the instructions below to reset the counter.

-> Power off the printer.

-> Hold down the right arrow and Select button while powering on the printer.

-> Release the buttons when the printer's MB and MHZ appears.

-> On the LCD, CONFIG MENU appears.

-> Press the down arrow until Reset Maint Cnt appears and press the Select button.

-> On the LCD, Reset appears.

-> Press the Select button.

-> Power off the printer and power on.

If you have replaced the part and reset the counter and the message appears on screen please call Dell Technical Support to advise.


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Article ID: SLN143037

Last Date Modified: 05/10/2013 12:00 AM

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