Question about Canon PIXMA Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a high-voltage leak to the transfer corona. This could be due to several different things, usually it's a dirty corona, maybe excessive dust or toner in the corona assembly. Toner conducts electricity and can leak voltage from the transfer corona to the frame. It may also be the "end-blocks," the thing in the back of the machine into which the transfer corona plugs when you close the drawer and lift up on the green handle. These crack and can cause intermittant failure.
I would start by taking a can of air and thoroughly blowing out the corona assembly and see what that does for you...
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
the hard drive containing the software that drives the machine has an error. Corrective steps would be to contact to a Canon technician, who can first try to re-install the software, and if this doesn't work the hard drive has probably crashed, meaning that the drive will need to be replaced and the software re-installed
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
It's concerning the toner level in the dev unitor drum unit. Try entering service mode and selecting 'install' this will stir toner and try to feed toner through. Could be a dirty or faulty toner level sensor. Cuuld also be the drum life over - check drum life in the service mode. Check my other posts to see how to enter service mode
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
This error code is a sensor in the side where paper jams usually occur open the door and look for a small sensor in black plastic, it will probably be not located properly these are known for dislodeging, Canon engineers simply glue them back in, switch off the power beofre doing this and when you switch back on it should load ok.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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