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I have a canon DB60 copier, scanner all-in-one machinne that reads "system error E000" and have tried everything (unplugging machine, opening all aeras of the machine) with no success. What do I do?

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  • lynnelyons11 Oct 04, 2008

    I have a canon DB60 photo copier machine that reads...Error E000. I have tried everything by unplugging the machine, opening up & closing all areas of the machine and it still reads with an error. I can not find the owners manual. I must have either misplaced it or thrown it out. I was hoping someone with a back ground in photo copy repairs could give me some advice.

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Its the fuser unit problem in the copier get it repaired or replaced.

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E000 is a high temp. error.

  • Try this in service mode:Press ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS, #
  • Go to #7 Printer and press OK

  • Go to #4 Printer Reset and press OK

  • Yes = ( * )

  • Power cycle unit.
If this does not help, on most units you have to start looking at your Fixing Assy. or Thermistors. Make sure that you do not have a piece of paper wrapped around Upper Fixing Roller or and other foreign substance in that area.

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TRY TO COMPLETELY UNINSTALL THE DEVICE DRIVER AND RE INSTALL IT AGAIN..

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Hi

Turn of the printer for five minutes and then try it.

Thank you

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

  • Thafa Oct 04, 2008

    HI


    To reset these codes perform the following:

    Remove the front panel and be careful not to bend or break the flexible

    cable connected to the panel and the DC Controller.

    Turn on the copier and short the jumper wires JP3 and JP4 on the dc

    controller pcb with a screwdriver.

    The count ratio indicator on the control panel turns on 'F'. When 'F'

    is turned on stop shorting the jumper wires

    Turn off copier and turn it back on and its then reset.


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