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The error that you have, it means that your printer has a paper jam, this is the error appears in you computer, may be in the printer have the next error number. P3 followed E3
If you are writing this review, it is because they believe you have a paper jam, if they have seen and removed yourself.
Principally printers and Canon, in many cases the system detects a paper jam, but is not exactly a paper is causing the problem, in many cases can be any object that has entered and is obstructing the passage of the pages.
My first recommendation is to look carefully where they enter the pages on your printer, if necessary use some lighting for better viewing, you might find something there.
"E06" it is the carriage mechanism that has failed. and will
not carry the tape to the heads and thus is not passing the sensor that
tells you if the tape is in position and then telling the unit as it
should there is fault.
take it to the nearest dealer and get it fixed.
The manual is online with IBM.
Chapter 8 explains the error codes and 9F (mean Error code) means Rotation range out of specification 08 9sub error code) means error during rotation initialisation, get range failed.
Then the manual says: "Isolating a library controller card versus accessor enclosure problem" on page 7-11
But I guess you better look it up yourself. If you don't have any parts, you have to contact IBM.
Look yourself? start in chapter 8, page 225 of the manual under this link. http://publibfp.dhe.ibm.com/epubs/pdf/a320545c.pdf
if its a radio shack radio, it means E13 means "Tape Communication Error". It is caused by the microprocessor reading speed pulses from the tape deck either too fast, most other makes mean about the same thing, normally a stuck tape will cause this code to show up, either that or the drive gear that loads and unloads the tape is broken, cracked, or jammed
First you must make sure you got all of the video tape out of the unit. Unplug your unit from power and check for any remaining tape. Any small piece of tape could jam your unit and give you error code E3. Once you know you removed all tape leave your unit unplugged for 5 minutes to see if it clears up the error code. E3 is a drum rotation error code and usually clears after plugging the unit back into the power. If this did not help then further repair will be necessary.
E2 means: Loading motor locked in the unload direction. Usually(not always) happens with a going bad VCR tape on the rewind. Tape is becoming too difficult to rewind and/or VCR is getting tired. Eject tape. Discard tape as soon as practical, new tapes are cheap. To clear: Hold power on/off button for 8 seconds.
E01 means Mechanism has not fully loaded up to the stop position
E06 meansTape drive motor is not rotating or stalled.
Thses two faults indicate a tape jam. please remove the cassette and insert a new cassette.