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Canon IR3170CI got a error E0014-002

Got a error E014 changed the fuser,transfer belt, fixing motor, DC controller, circuit boards and changed the fuser temperature on the service mode can you tell me where the fixing motor rotation and any other suggestions to solve this problem? Can anyone at all help me? please

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K these are notorius for having bad upper rollers if they sit for a long time if you turn the green knob on the fuser and feel hesitation or its hard to move then easy.. or if it sounds like a washing machine at warm up you need a new fuser even if youswapped it the one you put in if not new may be bad

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