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Error "E0" on a Canon NP 7130

I get error "E0" as soon as I turned unit on then it shutts off after about two seconds. I have some service documentation and it says error E000 (I'm assuming it's the same as E0) is something to do with the Fixing Heater circuit. I measured with an ohmeter the Fixing heater (disconnected from the Composite Power Supply board) plug and I get around 14 ohms. So at least it looks like the heater and the thermal fuse are okay.
I guess it could be Thermistor TH1. But how do I check it?
Any suggestions and recommendations would be much appreciated.

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  • schooltech Jan 16, 2008

    e0 and then off , I tried replacing the fuser assy but same code is ther a reset process? or any other sugestions

  • sorlen Jul 12, 2008

    When i press the green button, EO and 30 are flashing simultaneously. I turn it off then try to start again, its still like that.

  • fendonde Feb 15, 2009

    Yes I have same problem mine flashes E0 then 03 then swithes off what Can i do which part is infected

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E000 on a 7130 is a lockout error it needs to be reset. you need to remove the control panel remove the 2 screws that attach it to the body on the left and right sides open the **** shell and pull toward you. Flip up on the top of the unit with the circuit board facing you look for two metal jumpers labeled jp103 and jp104 short across the 2 with a small screw driver to enter service mode( can be verified by an "F" in the display) power down the copier reinstall the control panel and reboot. If the fixing assembly is good the error will be cleared

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Ok eu reset o 103 104 and its ok
its work

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Thermister should be neither short or open, it should change resistence reletive to temp of unit,

Check Heater lamp and thermal fuse independantly

Becarefull when playing in HV areas.

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