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NIC I just replaced the NIC on the Canon Imagerunner 5000. I'm getting error code E000740-0003. Please help, thanks. Al

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The error code is for a bad NIC board. Are you sure the new board is good? I would try to put the NIC board in another copier just to see if it's good. I've never had any problems putting in the NIC board and it not working. What was your oringinalproblem that you hadto replace the board in the first place? The main controller may be bad also. Good luck.

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