The fault means they are incompatable. The cause will be one of 3 things.
Also, the 250 (DC240-DC250) was upgradeable to a 260 (DC242-DC252-DC260) In which case the copier will have a SN with VGW, and the Fiery could be version 6, or upgradedo 8, in which case the copier would have to be running a firmware that would not work with a System 6 Fiery any longer.
WUP EFI bustle (non-RoHS)X
AXA EFI bustle (RoHS)X
WYM EFI Fiery standalone EXP250 (non-RoHS)X
BMK EFI Fiery standalone EXP250 (RoHS)X
ERB EFI bustle DFE (RoHS) XX
EEA EFI Fiery standalone EX260 (RoHS) XX
The X3eTY is not necessarily to a Xerox at all, Konica Minolta had at least one machine with it
Xerox had it on the 240 and the 260 family running entirely different softwares
The Fiery needs a CD to be reloaded, as far as I know it cannot be downloaded legally.
Recently I recieved a fault code "E4" on the fiery printer controller (X3eTY) for my Xerox docucolor 252 so I changed the fiery to another used one.
When starting up the printer with the "new" fiery printer controller the display on the printer shows fault code 127-213, which means there is a "RAP External Print IF Mismatch", according to the manual.
Is there a software issue in the "new" fiery printer controller? If so, how do I fix it? Does it require a Fiery CD to reload the software or can I download it from the internet?
Any suggestions on what to do?
Thanks in advance!
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