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Copier suddenly stopped copying

On the number of copies display it flashes/reads E0 then 01, we had a paper jam but that has been cleared and re-set. Can you suggest what is wrong or what steps we can take to make it work again?

Thanks, Mark

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  • mfalck Oct 30, 2008

    Used this instruction after getting your solution...and it worked, we are back in business and the copier stays out of the landfill one more time.

    Thanks, Mark

    E000, E001, E002, E003 CODES
    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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E000 Fuser did not heat up. Lamp, thermal switch, thermistors, connections, AC driver, DC controller, SSR, etc E001 Fuser temperature too high. Same possibilities as E000, as well as shorted wire

I'm going too suggest the fuser, most likely thermistor

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How can I found out the stats on a Canon NP 6551 (ie total pages, etc...)?


NP6560 Main Specifications
Main Unit
Name: Canon NP6560
Type: Console
Platen: Stationary
Photoconductive material: Amorphous Silicon
Copying system: Electrostatic transfer system
Developing system: Toner projection system
Fixing system: Heat roller system
Acceptable copy stock: Paper drawer:17 to 24-lb bond (64 to 90 g/m2); plain paper
Stack bypass:17-lb bond to 110-lb index (64 to 200 g/m2); plain paper
(However, Keep in mind that the paper weight that can be used varies
depending on the type of the Sorter being used.
SADF tray : transparencies and labels
Acceptable originals: Sheets, books, and three-dimensional objects (up to 4.4-lb or 2 kg)
Maximum original size: 11" x 17"
Copy sizes: Paper drawer: STMT, STMTR, LTR, LTRR, LGL, and 11" x 17"
Stack bypass: 4 1/8" x 5 7/8" (horizontal placement) to 11" x 17"
Non-image areas: Leading edge: 1/4" (4.5 mm)
Left and right side: 1/16" (3 mm)
Trailing edge: 1/16" (2 mm)
Warm-up time: Approx. 6 minutes (at temp. of 68°F)
First copy time: Max. 2.8 seconds
[LTR size, direct copying, Manual Exposure Control, Drawer 1 (top
drawer) selected 1→1-sided mode]
Copy speed: Direct (100%) LTR 60 cpm
65 cpm (Accelerated mode)
LTRR 49 cpm
11"X 17" 30 cpm
LGL 40 cpm
STMT 60 cpm
STMTR 60 cpm
Reduction 11"x 17" → STMT 56 cpm (50%)
11"x 17" → LTR 48 cpm (64%)
11"x 17" → LGL 40 cpm (73%)
11"x 15" → LTR 48 cpm (73%)
LGL → LTR 49 cpm (78%)
Enlargement LGL → 11"x 17" 30 cpm (121%)
LTR → 11"x 17" 30 cpm (129%)
STMT → 11"x 17" 29 cpm (200%)
Magnification: Direct 1:1.000
Reduction 1:0.500 (11" x 17"→STMT)
1:0.647 (11" x 17"→LTR)
1:0.733 (11" x 17"→LGL/11" x 15"→LTR)
1:0.786 (LGL→LTR)
Enlargement 1:1.214 (LGL→11" x 17")
1:1.294 (LTR→11" x 17")
1:2.000 (STMT→11" x 17")
Zoom 1:0.490-1:2.040
7-8
Paper feeding system: Drawer 1, 2 (1,500 sheets x 2)
Drawer 3, 4 (550 sheets x 2)
Stack bypass (50 sheets; stack approx. 1/4" high)
Multiple copies: 1-999
Power source: 120 V, 60 Hz
Max. power consumption: Less than 2.0 kW
Dimensions (H x W x D): 46" x 25 3/8" x 28 1/2"
(1169 x 643 x 725 mm)
Installation Space (W x D): 40 5/8" x 28 1/2"
(1030 x 725 mm)
50 3/8" x 28 1/2" (1280 x 725 mm)
[With copy tray (option) attached and stack bypass auxiliary tray extended]
Weight: Approx. 462 lb (210 kg)
RDF (Standard equipment)
Originals: STMT to 11" x 17" size (STMT-size cannot be placed horizontally.)
Original tray: LTR 15-lb to 110-lb bond (52 to 200 g/m2)
11" x 17", LGL, LTRR, or STMT
15-lb to 32-lb bond (52 to 128 g/m2)
SADF tray: 11" x 17" to STMT
11-lb to 110-lb bond (38 to 200 g/m2)
Max. power consumption: 120 W
Original tray capacity: Original tray: 11" x 17" or LGL
50 sheets (20-lb bond or 80g/m2)
LTR, LTRR, or STMT
100 sheets (20-lb bond or 80g/m2)
SADF tray: 11" x 17" to STMT
1 sheet
Original replacement speed: 60 sheets/minute (LTR, horizontally placed)
Power supply: 24 V (supplied from main unit)
Dimensions (H x W x D): 6 7/8" x 25 3/8" x 21 1/4"
(174 x 643 x 539 mm)
Weight: Approx. 56.3 lb (25.5 kg)
These specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Energy Saver
Stop
Guide
Additional Functions
Start
Display Contrast
ii
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Enter a ID number with the Number ( 1 - 0 )
keys.
MEMO: ? If you make a mistake entering an ID number, press
the C
Clear
key. Then, enter the ID number again.
? You cannot enter two identical ID numbers.
? If you enter and store "000000" in place of a current
ID number, that ID number is canceled.
? You can store up to 1,000 ID numbers.
4
Press the [OK] key.
If you want to store another ID number, repeat
steps 3 to 5.
5
After entering all the ID numbers to be stored,
press the ID key. The display returns to the ID
entry screen.
6
Canceling the ID Mode: Clearing All ID Numbers
If you clear all the ID numbers then you can make copies without having to enter an ID
number.
Press the Additional Functions , ID , Stop , and Additional Functions keys in that
1 order.
Clear
Guide
Additional Functions
Interrupt
Reset
Clear
Energy Saver
Stop
Guide
Additional Functions
Start
Display Contrast
iii
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Press the [OK] key.
MEMO: ? If you want to stop all the ID#s from being cleared,
press the [C] key.
Press the [CLEAR ALL ID#s] key.
Press the [STORE USER ID#] key, then press
the [OK] key.
All the ID#s are cleared.
If you press the [OK] key, you will return to the
Standard mode.
MEMO: ? Storing all the ID#s under "000000" will also clear all
the ID#s.
2
3
4
iv
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
In the ID mode, the copier keeps track of the copy quantity made under each ID number (up to
999,999). You can view the copy total for each ID number in the touch panel display.
Press the Additional Functions , ID , Stop , and Additional Functions keys in that
1 order.
After pressing the [COPY TOTALS] key, press
2 the [OK] key.
Press the [?] or [?] key to check the copy totals
for a department. The copy totals can also be
displayed by entering the department number.
Press the Number keys ( 1 - 0 ) for a four digit
department number and it appears at the top of
the display. When you finish checking the copy
totals, press the [OK] key.
3
Copy Totals (Check Totals)
The following procedure describes how to clear the copy totals for all ID numbers to zero.
Copy Totals (Clear All Totals)
Press the Additional Functions , ID , Stop , and Additional Functions keys in that
1 order.
Reset
Clear
Energy Saver
Stop
Guide
Additional Functions
Start
Display Contrast
Reset
Clear
Energy Saver
Stop
Guide
Additional Functions
Start
Display Contrast
v
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
After pressing the [COPY TOTALS] key, press
2 the [OK] key.
Press the [CLEAR ALL TOTALS] key. 3
Press the [OK] key.
MEMO: ? To cancel clearing all totals, press the [C] key. 4
The copy totals for all ID numbers are cleared to
zero. If you press the [OK] key the display
requesting the entry of an ID number appears.
MEMO: ? You cannot clear the copy totals for ID numbers
individually.

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