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Abnormal fuser temp. (fixing heater, dc controller, ac driver) http://rapidshare.com/files/161024133/NP6050sm.rar That link above is for a service manual. Copy/Paste that address to address bar..
Checks: step 1 - Is the wiring from the total counter to the connector J119 on the DC controller PCB normal? step 2 - Replace the total copy counter. Is the problem corrected? step 3 - If the above does not work - Replace the DC controller PCB.
(The total copy counter fails to operate.) 1)Turn
OFF the power, and remove
from the DC controller
Set the tester range to
and measure the
between J104B-2 and
Is it about 500W? NO
the wiring from
DC controller PCB to
total copy counter; if
replace the total
J104B to the DC
PCB, and turn ON the
Set the tester range to 30
Does the voltage between
(+) and J104A-6 (–) on the
controller change from about
to about 0 and then to about
V when the Copy Start key is
pressed? YES =replace the totalcopy
Did you try a different out let? Also, when it turn "ON" & "OFF" did you see a Error code on the display sceen on the control pannel...? It could be a few different problems. We need a little more info on the error code it displays....
E030 Does pertain to the total copy counter.If you have changed the dc controller & copy counter & still get the E030 error, you may have to enter the service mode to release the error. In service mode under *4* (function) advance to the error screen & press the star button. If you do not know how to get into service mode you can email me at email@example.com or call Bill @ 315-701-1279 Please put canon 6050 E030 in subject line in case my email dumps it into the junk folder.