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System error E007 how solve this problem ?


Fuser Film error,
Fuser film torn. Replace upper fuser assembly or entire fuser
If fuser film is intact, clean the white patch on the film usually it gets dirty and wont be read by the sensor

Jan 23, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Canon copier ir 2016 system error E007


i have canon ir2016 photocopier machine and its given me system error, and the error code is E007. i now when its happen so, its the fuser film that is worn out. i change the fuser and fix a new one but still the error is there. what should i do next to clear the error?

May 12, 2011 | Canon iR 2016i Black and White Copier

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Display shows "system Error E007"


This is a error on the fuser unit (E007 Fixing film rotation error).
The fixing film sensor is faulty. - Check the connector of the fixing film
sensor.
- Replace the fixing film sensor.
- Replace the DC controller PCB.

Normally you must change the fuser to resolve it.

Bye

Feb 18, 2011 | Canon iR 2016i Black and White Copier

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Hello, we have just unpacked Lexmark C540n printer. After switching on we have an error 122.03. What does it mean and what to do? Thanks,Robert


Error 122.03 is pointing to Fuser Error. Which means that there is a problem in the fuser, it is not heating, or heating to quickly or too hot. Perform fuser service check. Can also be LVPS or system board. Or better yet replace fuser assembly.

Contact Lexmark or the price and ordering of the fuser assembly.

Jan 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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921 service Fuser error


921 Fuser Error indicates that the fuser unit failed to reach the standby temperature. Leave the printer off for at least 10-15 seconds before turning it back on. This gives the printer's engine board a chance to reset. Make sure printer is plugged in straight to the wall, bypass any surge device or power strips as this can cause a low amperage problem in your printer which can trigger a false fuser error. If this does not help, you'll probably need service on the machine since it deals with the LVPS, the fuser and the system board.

May 19, 2010 | Lexmark Optra M410 Laser Printer

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Fuser error 924.01


924 .01
Open thermistor check
failure. Fuser page
count between 0 and
99,999.

• Noisy thermistor signal.
• Intermittent connection.
• Thermistor cable not connected or
thermistor actually open.

Go to “924.xx—Hot fuser
service check” on page 2-91.

Error Code 923.xx, 924.xx, and 925.xx may display for a hot fuser failure.
CAUTION: .The fuser may be hot, use caution before removing or servicing.

CAUTION: There is a danger from hazardous voltage in the area of the printer where you are
working. Unplug the printer before you begin, or use caution if the printer must receive power in
order to perform the task.

Service tip: Set the Fuser Temperature to NORMAL before starting this service check. In Diagnostics mode, In
Diagnostics mode, select EP SETUP, and Fuser Temp.

1 Fuser assembly
Fuser to system board
cable
Check the thermistor cable for correct installation to J5 on the fuser
card. If installed correctly, check for correct installation of J10 on the
system board. If all cables are installed correctly, go to step 2.
2 Fuser top cover assembly
(thermistor/thermistor cable
assembly)
Turn the printer off and disconnect the thermistor cable from J5 on
the fuser board. Measure the resistance between the two pins on the
thermistor cable, if the resistance measures infinity (open circuit),
replace the fuser top cover assembly.
3 Fuser to system board
cable.
System board
Fuser assembly
Reconnect the thermistor cable to J5 on the fuser board. Disconnect
the fuser to system board cable from J10 on the system board and
measure the resistance between J10-3 and J10-4 on the cable. If the
resistance measures infinity (open circuit) check the continuity of
pins 3 and 4 of the cable. If correct, replace the fuser assembly. See
“Fuser assembly removal” on page 4-26. If incorrect, replace the
fuser to system board cable.
Note: If the error code still displays, replace the system board. See
“System board and inner shield removal” on page 4-76.

Most likely just replace the fuser (part of usage kit)

Enter Diagnostic mode:
1. Press and hold (Down Arrow) and (Up Arrow).
2. Turn on the printer.
3. Release the buttons when Performing Self Test displays.




Mar 29, 2010 | IBM Infoprint 1572 Laser Printer

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I have System error E007 problem in my Canon 2018N


you have problem in fuser section must be chek the fuser film

Feb 11, 2010 | Sharp AR-M350N Copier

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Fuser error on my ibm infoprint color 1464


The error is Fuser cam position not found. Have you tried reseating the fuser? Does the fuser make any loud sounds? Based on the error message, it could either be the fuser, or the system board.

Apr 08, 2009 | IBM Infoprint 1116 Laser Printer

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Fuser Error 50.1 Fuser is hot. What is a fuser?


I think the fuser is in your **** part. This problem can be corrected by sitting in a tub of salt water. Make sure the printer is plugged in and is powered on. Is the display lit? If it is place the printer in the tub of water you are sitting in. You sould now be able to realize nobody cares and it no longer matters

Oct 16, 2006 | HP Color LaserJet 3500 Printer

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