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Hi MM. That code means the cyan drum is fried,OR the CLC 2400 "thinks" the cyan drum is defective as the copier has done a self diagnostic and determined that the most likely problem is the cyan drum.You must run alot of color(duh.....clc) and so if I were you I would consider if it might not be a good time to replace more than the cyan drum. Perhaps all 4. Easy for me to tell you to spend all that money.It's possible that the sensors that monitor the quality of the colors is merely dirty.But I'm afraid either way you will need "Copier Dude" to stop by.I wish I had better news but at least you will have a basis to start from. Take care.
e061 is a code for a drum charge error on the first drum in line from right to left i think yellow ? any way its either a worn drum broken charge wire if you have not changed drums in a while the other ones may be coding out next
I---YOUR HOPPER COULD BE BAD, THE HOPPER DRIVE BELT COULD BE WORN OUT, IF ITS THE DEVELPOER THEN YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR DEVELOPING ASSY. YOU NEED TO BE MORE SPECIFIC WHERE IS THE TONER GOING ON THE TRANSFER ASSY. OR THE GROUND HOW ABOUT YOUR QUALITY