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Re: I CAN'T USE MY MACHINE
A E00020-0081 deals with the toner density sensor or the drum. The sensor could be dirty or you may need a new sesor or a new drum unit or both. You may be over your head with tring to fix it your self. You may need to get a service rep in to deal with it... Good Luck...
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The start/pause light, program ready light and program end light blink.
The motor has failed.
Shut down your machine and unplug. Turn off the tap and contact the nearest authorized service agent immediately.
Generally the error message is due to "some" electrical overload. It settles itself most times by turning off the sewing machine for a few seconds to allow complete shut-down and then turning it back on. It the error message returns, it is best to visit your qualified local technician.
This can be due to error in the control board. Shut down and remove plug and when switched on press down the start/stop button. If the error does not clear this can be a fault in the motor drive within the control panel board. Remove the panel and check the connections to the motor, check the motor and the capacitor to the motor or if the motor is jammed.
If it is showing a blue scree of death (BSOD) and shuts down before you can read the error message try this: Turn the computer off, then turn it on and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Scroll down below Safe Mode and you will see an option to Disable Automatic Restart. Select it and reboot your machine. Next time it boots up you will be able to read the error message. You'll probably need a system disc or repair disc to fix the blue screen error message.
The Canon Color Image RUNNER 3200 machine has two on and off switches. Facing your machine. One is on the right side and the other is on the back left side. Shut machine down. Wait for about 10 min.s turn switch on.
try to change the source, that should solve the problem. But before try reset CMOS. (if you don`t know how to do it by jumper simple remove the battery from the mainboard for 5 minutes and then plug it back on..and after that turn on your computer and press F1 for default settings)
The Error E40 warning means the door is not properly closed. The E40 error code indicates a loss of electrical power usually but not always due to the door not shutting properly or not locking. But, since you smelled burning it could be any electrical short that blew a fuse and shut the machine down. It could also be the motor windings with the internal overload protector shutting it down.
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To delay the 3 second shut down and enable the technician to access
service mode; open the front door and pull out the transport unit. Do not actuate front door microswitch.
Press the service mode button, enter " * 4 * ", scroll to error clear
and clear error code. Machine will automatically turn off power after
clear. Power up machine and test. If the power shuts down after error code has been cleared,
the cause of the error has not been corrected. Correct cause of error
code and clear error in service mode.
Okay, to be of real help you have to reset the error in service mode as the officetech1 said. To do this you need to press the head key (the head with the star inside) then 2+8 together and then the head key again. This will get you into service mode. Then select 'COPIER' then 'FUNCTION' then 'CLEAR' then select 'ERROR' or 'ERR' press 'OK' then switch the machine off and on again. This may get it working for a while or a long time. But if not, you will need a fixing film unit to remedy the problem.
I'm not a big fan of using hibernate or standby, I've seen it cause too many problems, such as the one you're having. I shut my machine down when I'm done, or let it run if I'm coming back within a reasonable amount of time. I've also seen hibernation or standby create operating system errors or glitches, and premature hard drive failure. If the machine is working properly other than hibernation/standby you should shut the hibernation off and just shut the machine down when not in use. If you're getting this error when using the power button to turn off the computer, then the operating system has glitched or is corrupt and needs to be reistalled. If you need anymore help with this let me know.