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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
E732 code is a Reader communication error.
If the Reader is disconnected from the Printer a E732 code will result. Once the Reader is disconnected the logic on the MAIN-Controller is changed to a "0". The copier is now set up to be a Printer only, and will not recognize the Reader.
To correct this, you must enter service mode, COPIER>OPTION>BODY>W/SCNR and set that to "1". Then you must turn the copier off, then on.
To enter service mode: press "Additional Functions" then "2" and "8" together, then "Additional Functions".
Which User Guide? Reference, Easy Operation Guide, Printing Guide, Mailbox Guide, Sending Guide etc....
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
E747 from what I remember is the connection cable from either the scanner to the print device, or scanner to the copier. Make sure that none are loose and they are in the correct slots.
Mismatching the cables may result in the error.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
November 02, 2010
Product : imagePRESS C1 / C1+
Title : E020 with Multiple Sub Codes for all Colors
E020 with Multiple Sub Codes for all Colors
Check for a pinched or damaged wire harness from PS3 Patch sensor #2 from connector J426 back to the Side Driver p.c.b at connector J3415 and at PS7 ATR sensor from connector J209 back to the Rear Driver p.c.b. connector J3802.
Canon USA, Inc. Systems & Technical Support Division
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
SOURCE: Canon ImagePress C1 has error
This error is caused due to faulty thermister however; you can check the fuser unit for any jammed paper around the upper fixing roller and try to clean that area. After this is done try to clear the error by entering the service mode, to enter press Additional functions, #. Then go to #7 Printer and press OK, then go to #4 printer reset and press OK, yes= *. If the issue returns then replace the thermister. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.
Posted on Sep 20, 2011
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