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We have canon copier ir 2016j, it started giving error E007, how can i solve this error

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Error code E007 on an ir2016 means that the fuser film has a fault. The fuser film is the black sheet that melts the ink into the paper on the final stage of the copy process. It more than likely has ripped apart. You will need to call a service tech for this one.

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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SOURCE: my canon copier ir 2016j give an eror report code

- check the connector of the fixing film sensor.
- replace the fixing film sensor.
- check that the fixing film is not broken or out of place

Posted on Nov 25, 2009

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