Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
I HAVE A IMAGERUNNER CANON 600 THAT IS GIVING ME A E-067
The Transfer Sep is bad or dirty. You may can buy some time by using a can of air to blow out paper dust and toner particles. The Transfer sep is located just to the right of the belts that feed the paper into the Fuser Unit (the heater assembly that fuses the toner to the paper). If you use the canned air to clean the transfer sep, make sure you blow the debris away, and not into the copier. I also use a small pliable brush to help dislodge the paper dust. This may get you a few minutes or a few days of copy time. The part will have to be replaced by a tech.
Just be sure you do not blow the paper dust into the copier. That will create more problems for you.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Two or more faults in the primary/ pre (post)-transfer/ transfer/ separation high voltage are detected (including power output stoppage, electric leakage from the primary corona assembly).
Primary and/or transfer/sep unit leaking or arcing.
These are the units that have a very thin wire in them.
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