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E540 Error The sorting unit makes nasty sounds and then throws the error. The used unit was just delivered. Is there a reset sequence? exactly, please can you tell me what is a cam?, do you mean the sensors located at the bottom?, indeed, nobody wants to fix my sorter, so i decided to fix it for myself, and i realized that is not so hard than it appears, the only problem is that i can't find the service manual neither plans of any kind, any clue?, i did get out all the bins and cleaned the bottom sensors and fixed some stuff i found, but i still got the E540,  thanks in advance, i got the canon np6045 sm if you need it

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The sorter bins are not lifting equally. find a tray to use on the side of the machine or find a table the right height to use to catch the copies. that sorter is not worth fixing.

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