Question about Canon NP 6551 Black and White Copier
The main on/off switch would not stay on without holding the button down. I've removed the switch, and started searching online and making phone calls, but can't find anyone that has a replacement part. It's a special switch. My first question is does anyone know where I can purchase a switch from...maybe a copy machine graveyard? My second question is if not, I'm not sure what the middle connections are controlling. Can I just ignore them and find a normal switch and replace it with that? The switch is manufactured by Matsushita part # aj8r5044zzt01.
I've bought a switch for a np 6030 ( even though they said it was not made anymore) canon uses the same parts for several of their machines. You can find the switch on this site where I got mines http://www.precisionroller.com/
you will have to go to the next closest model, I think I bought a 6035 or 6045 switch. worked fine.
Now you MUST realize that the switch turning off is a safety device and acts as a fuse. If it's not staying on it's because there is a problem most likely with your fuser.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
I have a canon np6025 that was used very little & is in great condition if anyone's interested in it. I'm close to Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Any interested parties can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
I have E800 problemon the NP 6030 Canon Machine.The trick part if this problem is that when you clear the problem by going into the servive mode whilst actuating the safety door switch you can make copies.But immediately you remove the actuator and close the the door the code comes back again.What coul be the problem? Main power switch or what..
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
My Canon 6030 was doing the same thing! I discovered that the switch was tripping (like A BREAKER) due to the fact that my source AC was bad. I didn't actually measure it but our office space has had mysterious line voltage issues in the past. I simply plugged the copier into a known good AC outlet...and presto... no more tripping off! I noticed that if I held the switch from tripping, an error code "E" something and this pointed to a power supply problem. Well the power supply problem was really the fact that theh power supply wasn't getting enough voltage and was probably tripping on over current (P=VI).
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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