Hello....please help me solve this error on canon laser fax L100 its show error code E100 iam unable to do anthing with this fax....please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
after every printout comes a blank page how do i fix this
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The most common cause for E100 is the drum unit.
At the rear of the drum unit should be a small peg pointing into the machine. This gets broken off. It's purpose is to opperate a laser cut off shield when the drum is removed so to prevent laser exposure. If peg is missing laser will not be detected by the system and give E100.
Can be repaired or will require a new drum if it has done more than 60K copies
Hi carolyn ,
I am a professional canon service eng . My Name Is D K Kumar . e100 is not related to toner at all . it is the indication that the develper unit has not been detected . remove the left side cover . you will be able to see the top of the develpoer unit. On the left top portion of the developer unit u can see a white coloured accuvator . it is a small white plastic piece ..whhen the side door is closed te white piece should get pressed or should move forward . if the moving action is not happening then the m/c will give u E100 error. in your case the reasons /problem could be :
!) The spring connected to the white plastic accuvator is missing or spring action is not happening.
2) the white accuvator it self is broken or missing.
3) the plastic stick /piece which protudes from the side door and pushes the accuvator is broken.
4)lastly you have not closed the side door properly or not closed at all.
Carolyn if u r able to understand my above tips thn u can do it your self , if not call a your local canon enginer.
best of luck God Bless u
P.S. Carolyn if my solutions have helped u then i request u to kindly reply to me at my enail id: email@example.com
most common cause for E100 is the drum unit. At the rear of the drum
unit should be a small peg pointing into the machine. This gets broken
off. It's purpose is to operate a laser cut off shield when the drum is
removed so to prevent laser exposure. If peg is missing laser will not
be detected by the system and give E100. Can be repaired or will require
a new drum if it has done more than 40 to 60K copies.
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