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The developing assembly connector may be disconnected.

Re-onnect the connector. If problem not solved replace the toner sensor.If issue not resolved replace your DC controller PCB

Posted on Jan 19, 2013

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SOURCE: I have a problem with code ''E000007-0000'' (canon IR2230)

A E-000007-000 means that the fixing film in the fixing unit can not find the "Home Postion" for the film. Most likely the fixing film is ripped and the film has proble moved to one side. Basicly you are going to have to have the film adjusted back to HP or the film needs to be replaced. Have you seen any little pieces of thin Black plastic come out of the copier, also is the toner not bring fixed into the paper.... Good Luck..... You may need to call in for reinforcements to solve the code... It will not clear till it is repaired

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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Cannon ir 2230 giving me an error code E000024-0001 what to do for this?


That means problem with toner sensor in developing assembly. Try cleaning it out, if it does not help try replacing the toner sensor itself.

Dec 22, 2016 | Canon IR 2230 COPIER FOR 220 VOLTS ONLY

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Canon ir 2230 giving me an error E000024-0001 how to solve this porblem


That code means problem with toner sensor in developing assembly, try cleaning it out the best way u can, if that does not help you will probably need to replace toner sensor itself. (Toner Sensor FK2-0358)

Dec 22, 2016 | Canon IR 2230 COPIER FOR 220 VOLTS ONLY

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I am using Canon IR 3530 the error code is E000024-0001 please help


I had the same problem on a IR-2230 and I had to replace the Developer Assembly. Check the connection first - have you recently had this worked on?

Mar 07, 2011 | Canon imageRUNNER 2000 Copier

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Hi! I must change the OPC drum from IR 2230. I dont know how to do this. Thank you!


Hi,
do you have original drum cartridge or only drum, blade and charge roller?

For complete unit exchange, you can contact me on emma.servis@gmail.com, for service manual.

Best regards!

Sep 02, 2010 | Canon IMAGERUNNER 2230 Copier

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Paper get jaming often.plz give mew solution


Some ir-2230 have an pressure problen on right lower door.
But check the pick up,feed,separation rollers, vertical path rollers,..... clean it, change it,...


Or send more detailed question-Why,when,how....

Oct 28, 2009 | Canon IMAGERUNNER 2230 Copier

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