What does E2 mean when it appears on my PC720 Panasonic copier?
This is the first problem I've had with my PC720 copier. When I turn it on
the #10 and E2 flash and nothing works. The first time I attempted to use
it I heard a whilring sound...that soon stopped and now only the two
flashing #10 and E2. No paper stuck. Any idea what's wrong?
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Re: What does E2 mean when it appears on my PC720...
A E210 has to do with the scanner part of the copier. Is the lens moving OK on warm-up? Dose it move at all and what about the optic's do they move at all? I would need some more info on the problem.... I don't want to lead you on, that it is a easy fix... It is a fairly older copier.. It may not be worth repairing
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You said you unplugged your copier, did you unplug it for 10 to 15 minutes before plugging it back in, plug it into a differed
outlet that you know works and plug it directly into a wall outlet instead of a power strip. Check to see if your copier reaches stand-by mode then make a test sheet.
If this does not work then you have probably have an internal processing component which requires attention.
Hello,Check out this site and see if any of these error codes can help you: http://www.copier-help.com/copier-help/
Have you checked the power fuse? Or have you looked at the incoming power circuit board. Could there be any burnt resistors, blown capacitors, or bad voltage transformers?
Check things out because many times when a machine doesn't even power on (no lights, no life) - it's usually a sign of something blown - fuses, circuit board, lamps, etc. Hope this helps.
A E2 code deals with the scanner. The optics of the copier. Has itbeen moved resently? Your lens may be off it's track. Turn the copier off and remove the copy board glass and the Black Box and try to move the lens and the scanning mirrors to see if they can move smoothly. If not you have found your cause of the noise and what needs to be repaired. It may not be worth getting fixed. That is older model, it's up to you..
Looking at the copier where the paper comes out of, there is a switch to open and close it. Pull up and look on the left side in the back. There is a little spring that comes off, or breaks, or the plastic that holds it on breaks. THIS CAN PAPER JAM THE MACHINE AND SEEM LIKE A MAJOR PROBLEM. ALL IT IS IS A LITTLE SPRING. Hope that is only your problem.