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System Error E000 you say replace the fuser? Where is it, how to replace. Thanks chipcham@mac.com

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  • chipcham Jan 12, 2009

    Why would you move the platen to the left if you were going to work on the exit side of the machine?
    Describe the location of the fuser on the circuit board.
    Why remove the left panel which exposes the fan?
    I cannot identify the fuser on the circuit board.

  • chipcham Jan 12, 2009

    I'd like my 10 bucks back.
    You obviously aren't talking about the same printer

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Good morning Chipcham
The E00-000 code that you refer to on the new fuser is it is not reaching 120 degrees C at start up printing, there is a couple of factors involved with this fuser.

1. the 120v  <g>one-stop-shop<g> <g>for<g> <g>all<g> <g>your<g> <g>Printer,<g> <g>Copier,<g> <g>and<g> <g>Fax<g> <g>needs.<g> <g>Click<g> <g>for<g> <g>more<g> <g>details!','70','',this);" onmouseout="StartTimer();" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.imagerzone.com/ForumsPro/viewtopic/wordclick.php?wid=70" style="color: rgb(3, 84, 125); text-decoration: none; border-bottom-style: solid; border-top-width: 1px; border-right-width: 1px; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-left-width: 1px; border-top-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-right-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-bottom-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-left-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); cursor: pointer; ">part number is FG6-7947-000 make sure that they did not give you P/N FG6-7945-000 220v fuser. also you said that it was a new fuser, was the box sealed when you got it, I have seen some dealers rebuilding this fuser and putting the wrong heater assy. in them, take the new fuser apart and remove the fixing film on the bottom of the heater strip it will either say 120v or 220v there has also been a problem with Canon of getting 220v heaters under P/N: FG6-7948-000 that is suppose to be the 120v heater so if it is a rebuilt fuser that is possible.

2. Next you said the the old fuser works fine but jams at the fuser, you can rebuild that one  <g>one-stop-shop<g> <g>for<g> <g>all<g> <g>your<g> <g>Printer,<g> <g>Copier,<g> <g>and<g> <g>Fax<g> <g>needs.<g> <g>Click<g> <g>for<g> <g>more<g> <g>details!','70','',this);" onmouseout="StartTimer();" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.imagerzone.com/ForumsPro/viewtopic/wordclick.php?wid=70" style="color: rgb(3, 84, 125); text-decoration: none; border-bottom-style: solid; border-top-width: 1px; border-right-width: 1px; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-left-width: 1px; border-top-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-right-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-bottom-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-left-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); cursor: pointer; ">part numbers as follows RF5-2601-020 pressure roller Rf5-2603-000 Delivery roller and a aftermarket  <g>printer<g> <g>toner<g> <g>and<g> <g>recycling<g> <g>components<g> <g>available.<g> <g>Click<g> <g>for<g> <g>more<g> <g>information','85','',this);" onmouseout="StartTimer();" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.imagerzone.com/ForumsPro/viewtopic/wordclick.php?wid=85" style="color: rgb(3, 84, 125); text-decoration: none; border-bottom-style: solid; border-top-width: 1px; border-right-width: 1px; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-left-width: 1px; border-top-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-right-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-bottom-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-left-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); cursor: pointer; ">HP 4000 fixing film, if you do this be sure that the exit sensor is epoxyed in place there has been issues with it coming loose if there is a paper jam.

3. Next to clear any E000 code push additional functions key & # key that will put you in service mode.
use the right or left arrow key to go to #7  <g>Cross-Referencing<g> <g>software.<g> <g><g> <g>Click<g> <g>for<g> <g>more<g> <g>details!','98','',this);" onmouseout="StartTimer();" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.imagerzone.com/ForumsPro/viewtopic/wordclick.php?wid=98" style="text-decoration: none; color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-bottom-style: solid; border-top-width: 1px; border-right-width: 1px; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-left-width: 1px; border-top-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-right-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-bottom-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-left-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); cursor: pointer; ">Printer and set key, right or left key to  <g>Cross-Referencing<g> <g>software.<g> <g><g> <g>Click<g> <g>for<g> <g>more<g> <g>details!','98','',this);" onmouseout="StartTimer();" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.imagerzone.com/ForumsPro/viewtopic/wordclick.php?wid=98" style="color: rgb(3, 84, 125); text-decoration: none; border-bottom-style: solid; border-top-width: 1px; border-right-width: 1px; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-left-width: 1px; border-top-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-right-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-bottom-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-left-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); cursor: pointer; ">printer reset.

** Now comes the most important  <g>one-stop-shop<g> <g>for<g> <g>all<g> <g>your<g> <g>Printer,<g> <g>Copier,<g> <g>and<g> <g>Fax<g> <g>needs.<g> <g>Click<g> <g>for<g> <g>more<g> <g>details!','70','',this);" onmouseout="StartTimer();" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.imagerzone.com/ForumsPro/viewtopic/wordclick.php?wid=70" style="color: rgb(3, 84, 125); text-decoration: none; border-bottom-style: solid; border-top-width: 1px; border-right-width: 1px; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-left-width: 1px; border-top-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-right-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-bottom-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-left-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); cursor: pointer; ">part when you press set after after getting to  <g>Cross-Referencing<g> <g>software.<g> <g><g> <g>Click<g> <g>for<g> <g>more<g> <g>details!','98','',this);" onmouseout="StartTimer();" rel='nofollow' href="http://www.imagerzone.com/ForumsPro/viewtopic/wordclick.php?wid=98" style="color: rgb(3, 84, 125); text-decoration: none; border-bottom-style: solid; border-top-width: 1px; border-right-width: 1px; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-left-width: 1px; border-top-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-right-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-bottom-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); border-left-color: rgb(221, 105, 0); cursor: pointer; ">printer reset unplug the power cord right away do not wait for any message to come up on the screen, this will clear the E000 code.

Hope this helps you


Mr. Chipcham.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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Hello, sir. E001 is a high temp. error. My first advice would be to atempt to clear it in service mode:

  1. Press ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS, #
  2. Go to #7 Printer and press OK
  3. Go to #4 Printer Reset and press OK
  4. Yes = ( * )
  5. Power cycle unit.
If this does not help, on most units you have to start looking at your Fixing Assy. or Thermistors. Make sure that you do not have a piece of paper wrapped around Upper Fixing Roller or and other foreign substance in that area. However, on this one, I would recomend replacing Fix Assy. as a whole if you can, FG6-8326-000 (for s/n starting with MQT/MQV/MRV/MRW) or FG6-8325-000 (for all other s/n). Don't see p/n for Thermistors. Also, heard of alot of other board and p/s issues with this model that can cause E001-E004 errors. See if you can clear it first. Good luck. Let me know how you make out.

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    ABHISHEK.C Jan 12, 2009

    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.



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    ABHISHEK.C Jan 12, 2009

    any assistance needed?

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Reset the device when it does not respond. If the device does not respond, disconnect and then reconnect the power cord.

  1. At the device or at the electrical outlet, disconnect the power cord or adapter.

  2. Wait approximately ten seconds and then reconnect the power cord.

  3. Wait until the device has completed its cycling process before submitting another job request.

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reset the unit D/PC 1000 Series - http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&fcategoryid=239&modelid=10516#SupportDetailAct

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With an offset #2 phillips screwdriver and some patience you can do this- we have been fixing PLENTY of fusers on the imageclass series-you can get the fuser out thru the exit side of the copier.
1. UNPLUG COPIER , pull platen to left with grey lever
2.remove one screw for upper plastic cover cover pulls down and out
3.remove 2 screws on lower exit cover this comes up and out
4.remove small plastic cover on left side of exit assembly as you face end of copier.
5.pull back black plastic sheet to expose 3 connectors one plugs into circuit board two plug into heater or fuser assembly. unplug these
6.with your offset driver remove 3 screws holding fuser to frame of copier -these will be pointing up.
7. lift fuser up and carefully work out of copier.
check for stuck papers or damaged fuser film sleeve.
To reseat fuser and replace panels go slow and easy the panels fit back in kinda funky it takes a bit of tinkering.
We do not turn the copier upside down to remove the fuser and have replaced about 20 of the fusers or installed a new fuser sleeve.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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    blueextc3221 Jan 13, 2009

    If you do not attempt a solution, how do you know it is incorrect?

    BTW a fuser has nothing to do with a circuit board - take the printer to a professional for repair - you are in over your head at this point.

    Read the instructions more carefully, and you MAY be able to repair.

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