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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon IR 1600 Error message E000
You'll need to replace the fuser unit. Not exactly the cheapest part of the machine...
Unless, that it, you were taking things apart and happened to unplug something accidentally. If you take the cover off where the paper comes out, look at the connectors directly inside there under the black piece of paper that you'll see. If one of those are pulled out, it could cause the problem.
Otherwise you need to replace the fuser unit.
Posted on Nov 23, 2007
E000: Fuser did not heat up. check Fuser lamp, check thermistor, check thermostat, if this parts ok try to reset the trouble code. to reset fuser errors, first shut power off and turn on again. Then, go to service mode. Select "User mode" by pressing additional function ( * ) key then Press "ID" key ( # ) on user mode screen. Select menu 7 using cursor key. Press "OK" key. Select 4 item with cursor key. Press "OK" key. Printer reset. YES=( * ) to clear fuser error code E000.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
SOURCE: ir 2000, system error E000
The main thermistor reading does not reach 40°C 14 sec after the fixing
heater goes ON. (fixing low temperature error)
If E000 is indicated, the RAM on the image processor will
retain the error memory of the fixing assembly after the power switch has
been turned off an then on. Execute the following in service mode, and
turn off and then on the power switch to clear the memory: #7
PRINTER>#4 PRINTER RESET>YES=(*).
Entering service mode: press "aditional function" and after "#(ID)"
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
SOURCE: Canon IR 1600 error message
Note: To reset E000, E001, E002, E003, go to service mode 4. select SET, go to "#7 PRINT-ER," in service mode. Then press Execute "#4 PRINTER RESET." Power the unit off/on.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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