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THis should help. Although I am in Knoxville TN. I was working for Kodak, in their copier division, when the IS 50 came out. Nice machine for an analog device. It was actually made by Canon and because of a strategic alliance between the two companies Kodak put their name on the Canon box. Kodak bailed out of the end user copier support role years ago. The true Canon version is called an NP 6050 (and there are similar models in this family). My point is that a Canon dealer in your area could help you. They will be aware of the device you have. The only problem is that your copier is well past (in age) Canon's obligation to supply parts and support. That's not to say your can't get help as there are many Canon dealers out there that know how to work on it and have bought copiers like yours wholesale and can cannibalize parts. Your copier was one of the prototypes of Canon's more recent digital machines, so there IS a potential common ground. So,I'm sure there are Canon dealers in your area that could help you. I sure hope this helps you.The information is accurate. Happier New Year! :-)
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..
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....