Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
Have changed the following parts, fuser,Pressure roller, and the element. The problem still exist. Thank u for ur feedback in advance.
The fuser unit consiting of two pars
1-fixing film assy. (Heter unit)
2-fixing unit-(Complete set.)
if you have replaced new fixing film assy. in old fixing unit-this may be the result due to the pressure roller and it allied parts.
if you have replaced complete unit then check you toner and paper properties.
Posted on Dec 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon iR-2016 System erro E007
The erreor code E007 has to do with the fixing ***'y upper film ***'y or roller. It is saying that the film is not moving in and out of "HP" Most of the time it means that the fusing film is torn and not moving properly. If you are getting paper jams in the fusing area and or unfixed or smeared copies. You most likly need to have the fusing film ***'y replaced. It could also be that it is out of place and needs to be readjusted. The only problem is that it's a little tricky to get to and not a bad idea to have a new film to replace the old one while you have it out. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
What is most likely happening is the pressure and heat roller bearings and bushings are very gummed up.
When you remove a the fuser when its cold, try turning the heat roller gear, I would assume it is very very tight to spin.
What you can do it take the fuser apart, soak the pressure ( soft roller) roll bearings in some alcohol and then clean the heat roll ( aluminium) roller bushings and the end of the heat roll. Make sure you lubricate with some silicon lube the ends where the pressure roll mounts into the small holes in the nip fingers. That should help.
You can call a business called , ( you can google, The Parts Drop) and talk to Britt there. I am pretty sure he has the bearings for that machine. I don't work there, just have done business with them for years and they are top knotch.
You probably want to replace the gear also. Sometimes it can look really good, but be worn just enough to cause a problem.
Make sure you take a real good look at the condition of the rollers before you spend money replacing small parts, so that you don't wind up replacing 40 or so dollars worth of parts only to find out you do need the entire fuser.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
If you are handy it is not hard to replace the upper fuser roller you will need a small phillips screwdriver and pliars
the fuser lamp goes through the fuser roler so youmust disconnect the power leads to the lamp and remove the lamp
You do have to release the back side of the drive
gear on the fuser roller
when you install the new roller be sure to put some silicone fuser oil on the cleaning pad
take your time good luck
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
E100 means the copier is not warming up.Make sure all the wires to the fuser are properly connected, then open and close the front door.you may have to go into the service mode to reset the error code.Good Luck
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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