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My Canon NP6025 copier keeps saying "Error E010 Turn off and turn back on again", nothing happens except to show me the same message. Solutions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon 6025
Your problem is most likely caused by dirty optics. Place a sheet of paper on the glass & make 1 copy with the lid up. Look under the glass at the mirrors on the scanner & see if there is any dust on them. If so,turn the copier off & unplug it from the wall, remove the glass & wipe off the mirrors with a DRY cotton rag. There are 3 mirrors on the scanner assy. There is also three mirrors under the lens cover that should also be cleaned. After cleaning the optics, make a test copy.If your copies are still to dark, press the additional functions key & select exposure adjustment. You can lighten/darken all copies by changing this setting. If you have any problems or questions my email is email@example.com Good Luck!!
Posted on May 29, 2007
hi im jules_09.try checking the power supply board,trace the voltage output from the power board to the logic or main board.if the logic board is deffective there is an error that will indicate it
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
According to what I have E800 is eith a problem with the Mains switch or DC controller. I doubt it's the switch but there are many things that would cause a DC controller error. You might try Hytec Board Repair for help on the DC controller. http://www.hytecrepair.com/
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
SOURCE: iam getting error code E010,E014
A E010 & E014 have to do with the main motor drive. You may have a drum blade that has flipped or it could be that the center screw that locks the drum to the drum shaft is loose ( just tighting screw- you can also get blank copies as well. The E014 deals with the fixing unit, you have to make sure it is spinnig freely. It could be that the lower pick off claws have dug in to the lower fixing roller, or the ball bears are siezed or the web is rapped around the upper fixing roller or a bushing is broken or it may be to much pressure is on the UFR from the web... Just a few ideas.. Good Luck
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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