Question about Canon irc5185i
Fixing unit protection circuit trouble
0101 When there is a short-circuit detection error in the halogen heater (ASIC detection)
Check the connection of the J114 jack of the AC driver PCB, and replace the AC driver PCB (triac short).
Replace the Pressure heater.
Replace the Fixing unit.
Replace the DC controller PCB 2 (MAISY).
Posted on Oct 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: U150 error
Anyone game for a class action against Canon? I've called, E-Mailed, and faxed, all to no avail, not one answer, no return contact whatsoever!!! Please post this info about these piece of **** Canon printers on every website you can and anywhere else you can, the world needs to know what GARBAGE Canon is unloading onto the unsuspecting consumer. Hopefully, it will get Canon's attention and maybe those losers will take notice when their sales drop! What say everyone boycott anything that says Canon on it. Come on Canon, take care of this junk you have ripped us off on. I am even telling people IN the stores who are looking at printers to AVOID Canon completely.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
SOURCE: Error code E000584-0001
It took me a moment or two to find the explanation to this error. It appears you have a saddle stitch finisher as that distinguishes the error code. Canon does not lump all error codes together (concerning all available peripherals) in one spot. In brief, the code means that the second feed motor (which will initialize at start up/and only pertains to the saddle stich feature) was not recognized as acting properly. When the machine starts up it checks a tremendous amount of inputs and outputs and the second feed motor (m8) is one of those. The controller pcb of the finisher told the main controller of the copier that "m8" did not perform it's function. To simplify the diagnostics, either the motor did nut turn, or the shutter it drives is bound, or the finisher pcb has lost its mind, or best of all the copier is misinterpretting the data from the finisher pcb. I know this does not fix your problem, but at least you know where to look and what to look for. And if "copier dude" (which I am one) says you need a new SPLEEN you can tell him to go to hell !!! I wish I could be of more help.....and I can be for a nominal fee.......( plane tickets, hotel,mixed drinks) lol
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
I had the same problem. all i did was open the printer up and moved
the thing that holds the cartridges to the middle by hand. mine seems
to be working fine.
#1 Move the cartridge holder back to the right manually, but carefully - close lid and turn the printer off, then on again.
#2 Move the printer cartridge and shut down three times, but it finally kicked in and started working again. Don't give up just trying it once.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
The Problem Canon PIXMA MP800 Error 6A00
1. The print head cartridge keeps locking itself up on the right hand side.
2. Frequent 5100 errors even when the printer is on standby
3. Even when I wipe up the print cartridge, the next print will
mess up the bottom of the print cartridge with ink again.
Step for troubleshooting canon pixma MP800
1. Opening the cover and wait for ink carriage to center
2. Pull out power cord
3. Pushed carriage to far left (should slide easily)
4. Used paper towel and wiped purge unit a lot of times
(press down to soak paper towel with ink). Repeat until the paper towel is relatively clear.
5. Used diluted napisan (oxygen-based cleaning agent in the
ratio of 1:3 with powder:water) and soaked paper towel
6. Repeat step 4 with wet paper towel. Repeat until purge unit is near-white.
7. Pulled and pushed clear plastic wiper (north of purge unit) and wiped it down
8. Slided carriage back to original position
9. Removed Print head cartridge and wiped out excess ink stuck on bottom.
Posted on Oct 30, 2010
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