AR-M236 (serv.man93). Caution information for handling of the thermostat(s) — Sharp Copying Equipment Technical Bulletin (repair manual)

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Sharp Electronics (UK) Ltd., Technical Services Group
1. Model Name
AR-M236 / M276
2. General
Information concerning handling of the Thermostat.
3. Content
When the bimetal section (black) on the surface of the thermostat (P/G24 -8) used in
these models is pressed by a finger, the thermostat enters the open state due to load, and
so cannot be used.
(Reference) If the thermostat is used in the open state, the H4 trouble (abnormal low
temperature trouble) will occur.
- Reason -
Since the bimetal section of the former thermostat was covered with a material serving as
a protection cap, the thermostat did not enter the open state even if load was applied
directly to it.
For these models, the thermostat housing the bimetal (black) outside it is adopted since
the warm-up time is shortened compared to the former models and the thermostat has to
be turned into the open state as a countermeasure against abnormality.
Caution information for handling of the thermostat(s)
TECHNICAL BULLETIN
Date:
26 April 2004
Model: ARM236 
 
ARM276
Ref.:
001
Colour: White
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