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1. Press "Additional Functions" key 2. Press the # sign key 3. Press > arrow key to #7 (Printer) 4. Press set 5. Press > again to #4 (Printer Reset) 6. Press Set 7. Press < arrow key 8. Unplug the printer and plug it back on.
Press "Additional Functions", press "#", then press the "Right Arrow" button till it says, "Printer", then press "Set" then press the "Right Arrow" button again until it says "Printer Reset" then press "Set" again, the display will ask you "Yes" or "No". Press the "Left" arrow for "Yes", then press "Set". Now, unplug the power cord and wait 5 seconds and plug back in. If this don't work, get a new fuser.
The error history indicates any of the following error codes 4 times: E001, E002, E003.
Action 1) Clear the error.
Execute '#4 PRINTER RESET" under '#7 PRINTER' in service mode to clear the
error.; then, turn back on the power.
Here's the definitive reset. It will work on the following models: ImageRunner 1200/1300, PC1060/1061/1080F, ImageClass D620/D660/D661/D680/D681 Press Additional Functions key Press # Press > to #7 Printer Function Press Set Press > to #4 Printer Reset Press Set Press < Unplug printer and repower it.
That's was a miraculous!!!!! My canon Image Class D860 is brand new now after following the steps.
1. Hit Additional Functions Key 2. Hit # key 3. Arrow to number 7, Printer and hit Set 4. Arrow to number 4, Printer Re-Set and hit Set. 5. Yes, re-set printer (hit minus key - back arrow). 6. Unplug the machine and plug it back in.