Question about Canon imageRUNNER 5000 Copier
Can any one assist in a fix
Is your copier a IR-5000 or a IR-550? It dose not really matter - the code means that the hard drive in the copier is not "Booting Up" correctly. Are you a service tech? If so, you can try to reseat the boot rom and clean the contacts with rubbing alcohol. After you turn the copier Off and then back On after you reinstall the boot rom. You can also try to do a HD chk in service mode. You will most likely have to replace the "HD" and have it "Flashed" to your copier configuration. Good Luck....
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Error 5100 on canon is a Carriage Home Position Error. Try
reseating the printer cartridges. If that doesn't help make sure there is no
paper stopping the carriage from moving right to left. Try cleaning the plastic
strip (encoder strip, behind the carriage) that runs the length of the
carriage, it may be contaminated. Use alcohol and a swab (Q-tip) to clean.
Before cleaning unplug it from the power supply. Hope this helps...please
post back for further assistance.
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