I have an old copier which until today has worked pretty well. Today all of a sudden when I tried to use it to make a photocopy it flashed the EO 10 code. I have never seen it flash that before is there anything I can do??
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Re: canon pc-6re error code EO 10
E010Clock pulses fail to be generated or the PLL lock fails to be released due to a fault in the main motor, etc.Related drum drive unit and main drive unit
There is a problem with the motor of the drum or the main motor itself.
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You can have this Error Code resolved, I am just not sure that it would be wise. These are the facts. You have a 10 year old machine which has an EO error code which means there is a problem with the Fusing Unit. The parts required to fix the error code are anywhere from $150.00 to $250.00 depending on if you go with the whole fusing unit or just the Fixing Film Assembly which is going to contain the defective part(s). There is some dis-assembly of the machine required in order to replace the parts. If you hire someone to do this you are looking at another $100 to $200 in labor depending on who you call. So you could easily spend $250 to $450 to repair the problem. These type of small copiers are sold brand new at Office Depot and other stores now days for $100.00. They will also have a USB port so you can hook it to a PC and use it as a printer. I am in the repair business and have been for 27 years. I would not recommend that any of my customers make a repair to this machine of this magnitude. I have in fact referred 2 of them in the last 5 months to go buy the new Canon D340 instead of repairing the old one.
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Odds are that you are getting a error code E000. It is saying that you have a problem with your fuser unit. You can try to unplug the copier for a short time. But you will mostly need a new fuser unit. Good Luck
Then Error code means that the fuser / fixing Lamp is blown or it could be the thirmal fuse is blown. It could also a bad thirmister, that may have caused the fuse to blow. One thing you can look at, will the fixing unit get warm or hot. Do you know any copier techs, as a friend. It is not a easy job to fix this problem. You have to fix it to clear it.... Good Luck
hi im jules_09,no the copier is not dirty or jammed,if there is a paper jam it will indicate paper jam there is no error code for that,if the copier is dirty you can see it in the print.reset the error code in the program,if the error code is still there checkfusing unit then the optic sensor
Go to the "Add and Remove Programs" in your Control panel.
Do a "Change" and do the 'repair program' utility. That should fix it, good as new. If that is not a possible option, try uninstalling. (if there is no "Change" and 'repair program') then Run the normal uninstall program.
Oliversmom, Im not coming up with any information on the model number posted. However on the kitchenaid the F0 E0 is default for no error. Press the cancel button to put the range in idle state. Then in this order press cancel-cancel-start. See if an error code comes up different from the F0 E0. The F0 is what is throwing this whole deal off. If it was F1, F2, F3 etc...it would make more sense. See if you have a complete model number you can post along with the error code after doing the above key dance. We'll see if we can solve the issue....Catriver..post back.