HI GUYS! I HAVE AN OLD AND FAITHFUL NP 6012 THAT HAS REFUSED TO STAY TURNED ON ANDFLASHES ERROR CODE EO OR E0. I READ ANOTHER SOLUTION ABOUT PRESSING A RESETBUTTON BUT CAN'T FIND ONE ON MY COPIER. IS THERE A POSSIBILITY OF LIFE IN THEOLD DOG YET? IT MAY BE OLD BUT IT HAS BEEN GREAT FOR WHAT I DO.
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Re: CANON NP 6012 ERROR CODE
Most likely it is the fuser unit.
as soon as you turn on it does not rotate it gives you an error and turns off.
take out the fuser (where it gets hot at the exit) and check hte lamp (probably burnt out)
or the fuse
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A Selex is a old Canon NP 1020 copier. If I remember Selex is the government version of a Canon. The only way to rest the code is to repair the problem first. Odds are the fuser lamp is blown, it looks like a candy cane. It also could be the thermal fuse or the thermistor or it could be all of them. You may have a had time finding the parts. I was factory trained on this model 23 years ago. Good Luck
E0 error means Fixing Unit failure. It could be a dirty Thermistor. It could be an open Thermal Fuse. It could be an open Heater Lamp. Anyways, once the culprit has been isolated and corrected, the copier will need to be reset via "jumpering" certain points on DC Controller.
did you check thermistor, I think that you have a problem with thermistor, not only thermoswitch! what about black copy - did you check is expo lamp (under the original glass) is lighting or not, if not - it's normal to have a black copy!
pretty much the same, the codes are good for several models not just one.
you need to find the other numbers to know exactly which code it is, press the start or stop key to see it display the other #'s.
fuser is on the left side if you replace the parts might as well replace the claws and oil roller.
Heater lamp, Thermistor, DC controller
Heater lamp, DC power supply / AC Driver circuit board, Thermistor, DC controller.
Main motor clock sensor, DC controller PCB, Main motor, DC power supply / AC Driver circuit board
E000 on a 7130 is a lockout error it needs to be reset. you need to remove the control panel remove the 2 screws that attach it to the body on the left and right sides open the **** shell and pull toward you. Flip up on the top of the unit with the circuit board facing you look for two metal jumpers labeled jp103 and jp104 short across the 2 with a small screw driver to enter service mode( can be verified by an "F" in the display) power down the copier reinstall the control panel and reboot. If the fixing assembly is good the error will be cleared