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Time to really order a new drum and really replace with a new one.
Resetting the drum unit will not improve print quality. It only resets your drum and allows you to continue to print. You decide when to replace the drum unit not the manufacturer!
1.Remove the drum unit and toner cartridge. Wait 1 or 2 minutes.
2.Replace the drum unit and toner cartridge into printer.
3.The error message "Change Drum Soon/Drum end soon" will continue to appear if the drum counter was not reset when you replace the drum unit.
4.To clear this error message, you need to reset the drum counter as instructed below.
5.Make sure that the machine is turned on.
To confirm you are installing a new drum, press 1.
7.When the LCD shows Accepted, close the front cover.
8.Your drum is now reset.
TURN ON MACHINE. PRESS MACHINE STATUS; PRESS ADMINISTRATIONS TOLS;PRESS ARROW HIGHT UNTIL APPEAR M ANUTENCE; PRESS OK; PRESS ARROW HIGHT UNTIL APPEAR "NEW DRUM". PRESS YES. PRESS OK. THATS IT. TURN OFF THE MACHINE; WAIT FOR 30 SECONDS; TURN ON.
Do you have dadf installed? If Yes run a copie from it and second from platen glass.If you have lines on dadf copy but not on copie from glass, you should very good clean the left narrow glass (dadf glass). But if you have lines on both copies you should check/ replace drum unit, but be sure thath fixing film unit is ok.
Try to go into service mode to reset the code...
Clear yellow botton
then press and hold the red stop botton till the display changes and
then turn the main Power switch Off then back ON... You do not have to
do any thing in service mode, just get to that display.... Don't change
anything unless you know what you are doing. sc546 has to do with the
fixing unit. You may be able to reset it.
I will gladly help you understand what's going on, but I am afraid nothing short of service call will actually resolve your problem. First off, the error code you are getting will cause the copier to just suddenly STOP...... which indeed will cause you to wind up with a paper stoppage but not a true paper jam. I apologize for what is like a distinction without a difference,but i just wanted to give the benefit of as much information as possible.The error code you are getting refers a subsystem of the copier called the fuser, which is a high temperature high pressure area that is common to all copiers. Because of the potential danger of high temp and pressure, all copier manufacturers design their products to be VERY sensitive to monitoring all aspects of the fuser as they do not wish to burn your building down. (bad 4 marketing) The E000007 error code refers to the fusing system. The code basically means that the on board computer of the copier did not get the signal it requires telling it that the fuser was working properly. That in fact it was not turning at the same time /speed as the copier. There is a sensor on this "fusing unit" that detects this speed. Either the sensor is bad, the fusing unit is indeed not turning at the correct speed and therefore is defective, or the dc controller ( a circuit board on the machine that processes most inputs) is defective. Most likely its the fuser/fusing unit which indeed is a "unit" and if it needs to be replaced will include the sensor previously described. The fuser (Canon also refers to it as a fixing unit) is good for @150000 copies more or less according to Canon and that is one of those things that I would call "according to the manufacturer" promises.In short, after this long winded description, unless you are a well trained copier tech, you will need one. But at least I have given you enuff info that you won't get screwed by the "copier dude" . :-) Of course I "IS" one. LOL . Good luck and I hope this helps you at least a little. ...........SPINAL........
I feel confident i can help you. And I cannot praise you enuff for the sample you have offerred. Nice touch, and extremely helpful. The drum on your machine is toast. Good news is that it is relatively inexpensive, and comes with instuctions to install it. The fact that you were sharp enough to provide the sample page of the poor copy quality artifact makes me feel VERY confident you will have no problem ordering a new drum and successfully installing it. Just to bolster your confidence, check this out. Notice how there is a pattern to the worst yuck on the page you submitted. It correspondes with the diameter of the drum (@ every 3.7 inches). The linear streaks toward the center of the page are another sign of drum wear. Canon rates the drum @ 55k +/-. You are officially fixed :-) . But if you need more help let me know .Take care...........SPINAL.......
Hi Deborah.I can tell you. Open the front cover,drop/release the transfer unit located directly below the drum.To the right of the drum is the develpment unit. Use the handle on the dev unit to cam it away from the drum. Now there is a "thumb" screw on the front of the drum unit, its almost like the knob on a gumball machine as you are gripping a slotted "knob".turn it counterclockwise and remove it (you will use it to install the new drum).Now slide the drum unit straight out toward you, noticing the rail/track the old drum is riding on along the top edges.Then follow the instructions enclosed within the box for the new drum.I will attempt to describe it in case you have bought a 3rd party drum that may not have the instructions. Obviously remove all the packing materials mindful that the "greenish/gray" roller is the drum and is fragile and is sensitive to fingerprints and such. Use common sense as you remove the pressure release blocks at the front and rear of the drum, since they will seem difficult to remove but you can do it. :-) Install the drum in the reverse order followed to remove the old one.Once installed,you will need to enter "service mode". This is done in a 3 step process. Look at the operator control pad and to the right of the display you will see a button that says "additional functions". Press additional functions>>>next press the numbers 2 and 8 AT THE SAME TIME>>> next press the additional functions button again. If done properly a new screen will appear that will have "blocks".Press "Copier". Now a new screen appears with tabs at the top. One of the tabs says "FUNCTION". Press that tab. Once again a new menu, but this time the focus is on the new tabs in the main viewing area. Find "DPC" and press it.In the lower right corner of the display you will see "OK" .Press it and you will have successfully introduced the new drum to the copier (or visa/versa) and 1 sheet of paper will exit the copier.It may look nasty but that is normal. Congrats!!!!!! You are a drum professional !! I hope I helped walk you thru this adequetely and helped you. Take care and GFL :-)