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Intermittent e100 code that goes away when rebooting. does this code point torward a specific part malfunction and if so what is the part number.

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The first code denotes general area of the fault & the second code denotes the specific fault.
So the specific fault is that the ETS-PCM computer is not receiving 12V on pin 2 with ignition on.
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Can somebody help me what this mean? Error Code: E100 0001- E100 0002 it is a canon LBP5000


Symptom
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  • E061-0002 (Potential OFF)
  • E100-0001
  • E227-0004
Cause
  • The pin is broken on the Primary Fan 2 Duct. The Laser Shutter is activated by the pin on the Primary Fan Duct Assembly. The linkage is pinched not allowing the laser shutter to be fully actuated (may also indicate E227-0004). Faulty Laser Scanner Assembly.
  • Defective DC Controller PCB Assembly.
Action
  1. Check the shutter operation and the pin on the Primary Fan Duct Assembly. If the pin is broken replace the Primary Fan 2 Duct (iR6570 : FC6-3540-000 / iR5075 : FL2-5834-000) or the Primary Fan Duct Assembly (iR6570 : FM2-3074-000 / iR5075 : FM2-9694-000). If the Laser Scanner Assembly (iR6570 : FM2-3670-000 / iR5075 : FM2-9832-000) has been replaced and error codes E100-0001/ E227-0004 are intermittently indicated, proceed to the next step.
  2. Remove the Primary Fan Duct Assembly (this assembly has a pin on it that activates the laser shutter).
  3. Remove and reinstall the Laser Scanner Assembly.
  4. Install the Primary Fan Duct Assembly. This should free the linkage allowing the laser shutter to be fully actuated.
  5. Finally a DC Con clear resolved both of the intermittent issues (E100-0001/ E227-0004).

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