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E37 code on a kodak image soucre 50 copier/similar to canon 6050

This machie is similar to the canon 6050 however, the codes are different. I disconnected the dc controller from the mahine as to set it but it didn' t resolve the problem. What is the solution

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Kodak E37 = Canon E0005
Its Mean The Web Roller Is Over
Replace The web IN heater Roller Or Clean The Web Sensor.

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