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E0 message Please help. I got an E0 in the number of copy display. How do I remove the E0 message?

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Re: E0 message

It has a fuser error, needs new fuser, will not just reset when error is present.

The fuser is the hot bit that the paer goes threw to bond the image on the paper, yours has a blown heat lamp or a faulty temp sensor (thermister)

This area is not for playing in cause it is a electrical and fire hazard, just have new fuser fitted and error will be gone.

Posted on Oct 28, 2007

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