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I want to remove the finisher and the puncher unit, so i can relocate the machine

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There is a grey button/lever just where the copier meets the finisher/puncher press or pull on it and it will release the units then just disconnect it from the back of the machine

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    there is a grey button/lever just where the copier meets the finisher/puncher press or pull on it and it will release the units then just disconnect it from the back of the machine

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Error codes related to Canon ir 2200/2800/3300


E000 Heater temperature fault
(fails to increase)
E001 Overheating detection error
E002 Heater temperature error (fails to reach
specific level; inadequate increase)
E003 Heater temperature error (abnormal
drop; low-temperature detection)
E007 Fixing film rotation error
E010 Main motor rotation error
E014 Fixing motor rotation error
E019 Waste toner case full, sensor error
E032 DA unit communication error
E051 Horizontal registration HP
detention error
E064 Power supply voltage error
(high-voltage error)
E100 Laser BD error
E110 Polygon motor rotation error
E202 No. 1 mirror base HP detecting error
E204 ADF image leading edge signal
detection fault (absent)
E220 Lamp ON error
E225 Standard white plate/edge white
plate read error
E240 Mcon-Dcon communication error
E243 Mcon-control panel
communication error
E248 Backup (EEPROM) error
E261 Zero-cross signal error
E302 Shading error
E315 Image data processing error
E601 Image transfer error
E602 Hard disk error
E604 Image memory fault
E605 Image memory battery fault
E606 HDD error
E674 Fax board error
E677 PDL board mounting error
E710 IPC initialization error (Rcon)
E711 IPC register error (ctrl)
E712 Communication error (with ADF)
E713 Communication error (with sorter
finisher)
E716 Communication error (with pedestal)
E717 Communication error (with ASSIST)
E719 Card reader, coin vendor
communication error
E732 Reader communication error
E733 Printer communication error
E737 SDRAM error
E740 Ethernet board error
E741 PCI bus error
E742 RIP1 board error
E743 Mcon-Rcon communication error
(Rcon detection)
E744 Language error
E746 Resolution conversion board error
E803 MPWS power supply voltage error
(low voltage error)
E805 Fan rotation error
E901 Pedestal main motor rotation error
[ADF]
E420 Back-up data read error
E421 Back-up data write error
E422 IPC error
[Saddle Finisher-G1]
E501 Communication error (Punch unit)
E505 Back-up RAM
E510 Feed motor
E514 Delivery motor
E530 Width plate shift motor
E531 Stapler motor
E532 Stapler slide motor
E537 Alignment motor
E540 Tray ascent/descent motor
E577 Paddle motor
E590 Puncher motor
E592 Puncher sensor error
E593 Puncher shift motor
E5F1 Saddle folder motor
[Finisher-J1]
E500 Communication error
E514 Stack handling motor
E530 Rear alignment motor
E531 Stapler motor
E537 Front alignment motor
E577 Delivery motor
E580 Delivery tray ascent/descent motor
E585 Stack handling error


If the thermistor has a short circuit, the indication in service mode
(COPIER>DISPLAY>ANALOG) will be as follows from the start: FIXC=250°C
for the main thermistor; FIX-E=310°C for the sub thermistor.

Error codes from E000 to E003 can be in some cases reseted from service mode: PROCEDURE:

Press*
Press2
Press8
Press*

Navigate to: COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR.

Turn off and on.

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Remove stuck screw from crankcase coveron '83 Honda c110 motorcycle


Hi! if you don't have a hammer-screwdriver (what is the right name?) just use a puncher + hammer: on the side of the head first punch a small hole, so the tip of the puncher is well held on that spot/hole. Then carry on with the puncher a bit off-axis (of the screw), to cause the screw to rotate a bit to the left. Then carry on. Some WD40 can help too. I got some great results like that. Good luck!

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My Lavazza Blue coffee machine does not press enough to punch the holes. The coffee comes out water. What should I do.


After 1700 shots it is recommended that both upper and lower punchers as well as all seals in the brew unit be replaced. These punchers are only plastic so they do get worn down after much use. You may also be experiencing more water in your drawer as water is leaking from around the capsule seal. This is also an indication that the seals and punchers should be replaced. Given where you go to have this fixed, the parts may cost less than $15.00.

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Error code E000002-0000


Hi,
dispite the error, you should be able to enter the service mode.
Procedure for service mode is:
- press * ( additional functions - user mode )
- press 2
- press 8
- press * ( additional functions - user mode )

Then choose COPIER, then under FUNCTION screen is CLEAR.

But you only can try to clear the error like E000, E001, E002 and E003.

Wich error code is apearing on display?

Here is some examples of error code:
E000 Heater temperature fault
(fails to increase)
E001 Overheating detection error
E002 Heater temperature error (fails to reach
specific level; inadequate increase)
E003 Heater temperature error (abnormal
drop; low-temperature detection)
E007 Fixing film rotation error
E010 Main motor rotation error
E014 Fixing motor rotation error
E019 Waste toner case full, sensor error
E032 DA unit communication error
E051 Horizontal registration HP
detention error
E064 Power supply voltage error
(high-voltage error)
E100 Laser BD error
E110 Polygon motor rotation error
E202 No. 1 mirror base HP detecting error
E204 ADF image leading edge signal
detection fault (absent)
E220 Lamp ON error
E225 Standard white plate/edge white
plate read error
E240 Mcon-Dcon communication error
E243 Mcon-control panel
communication error
E248 Backup (EEPROM) error
E261 Zero-cross signal error
E302 Shading error
E315 Image data processing error
E601 Image transfer error
E602 Hard disk error
E604 Image memory fault
E605 Image memory battery fault
E606 HDD error
E674 Fax board error
E677 PDL board mounting error
E710 IPC initialization error (Rcon)
E711 IPC register error (ctrl)
E712 Communication error (with ADF)
E713 Communication error (with sorter
finisher)
E716 Communication error (with pedestal)
E717 Communication error (with ASSIST)
E719 Card reader, coin vendor
communication error
E732 Reader communication error
E733 Printer communication error
E737 SDRAM error
E740 Ethernet board error
E741 PCI bus error
E742 RIP1 board error
E743 Mcon-Rcon communication error
(Rcon detection)
E744 Language error
E746 Resolution conversion board error
E803 MPWS power supply voltage error
(low voltage error)
E805 Fan rotation error
E901 Pedestal main motor rotation error
[ADF]
E420 Back-up data read error
E421 Back-up data write error
E422 IPC error
[Saddle Finisher-G1]
E501 Communication error (Punch unit)
E505 Back-up RAM
E510 Feed motor
E514 Delivery motor
E530 Width plate shift motor
E531 Stapler motor
E532 Stapler slide motor
E537 Alignment motor
E540 Tray ascent/descent motor
E577 Paddle motor
E590 Puncher motor
E592 Puncher sensor error
E593 Puncher shift motor
E5F1 Saddle folder motor
[Finisher-J1]
E500 Communication error
E514 Stack handling motor
E530 Rear alignment motor
E531 Stapler motor
E537 Front alignment motor
E577 Delivery motor
E580 Delivery tray ascent/descent motor
E585 Stack handling error

If nothing of these helps, send more specific description of problem.

Hope it helps

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My photocopy of canon ir3100f the give massage code error on screen i want solution


Wich code?

Here is examples:

E000 Insufficient temperature rise of the fixing unit at power-on
E001 Abnormality of the fixing unit
E002 Insufficient temperature rise of the fixing unit
E003 Low temperature of the fixing unit after standby
E004 Error of the protection circuit in the fixing unit
E006 Connection error of the fixing unit
E008 Life expectancy of the fixing roller
E010 Main motor error
E012 Drum motor error
E013 ITB waste toner full error
E014 Fixing motor error
E020 Drum/Developer-related error
XX=01:Y XX=02:M XX=03:C XX=04:K XX=00:Any color
E021 Developing rotary error
E026 Toner empty error
XX=01:Y XX=02:M XX=03:C XX=04:K
E032 The counter of the NE controller fails to operate.
E045 OHP sensor error
E067 High voltage-related error
E070 ITB HP detection error
E100 BD error
E110 Operation error of the laser scanner motor
E202 CIS unit HP detection error
E225 CIS light quantity error
E227 Power supply error in the reader unit
E243 Control panel unit error
E248 Backup memory error
E315 Abnormality of image data
E351 Main controller PCB error
E400 Feeder communication error
E490 Model error
E500 Finisher communication error
E503 *** Finisher internal communication error
E505 Finisher backup memory error
E514 *** Stack delivery error / **** End assist motor error
E519 **** Gear change motor error
E530 *** Rear alignment error / **** Front alignment error
E531 Staple error
E532 Staple unit shift error
E535 Swing error
E537 *** Front alignment error / **** Rear alignment error
E540 *** Stack tray up/down error / **** Upper tray up/down error
E542 **** Lower tray up/down error
E577 *** Paddle error
E580 Stack tray up/down error
E584 **** Shutter unit error
E590 ***** Puncher motor error
E591 ***** Puncher dust sensor error
E592 ***** Puncher side registration sensor error
E593 ***** Puncher shift motor error
E5F0 **** Saddle paper positioning error
E5F1 **** Saddle paper folder error
E5F2 **** Saddle guide error
E5F3 **** Saddle alignment error
E5F4 **** Saddle rear side staple error
E5F5 **** Saddle front side staple error
E5F6 **** Saddle paper push-on error
E5F8 **** Saddle connector error
E5F9 **** Saddle switch error
E601 Abnormality of image memory
E602 Hard disk error
E604 The image memory (SDRAM) is faulty/insufficient
E609 * Abnormal low temperature of the hard disk
E610 ** Failure in the hard disk cryptographic key
E674 FAX board communication error
E677 Abnormality of the external controller
E710 IPC initialization error
E711 IPC communication error
E712 Communication error between the ADF and the reader
E713 Communication error between the finisher and the printer
E717 Communication error with the NE controller
E719 Communication error with the coin vender/card reader
E730 PDL error
E731 UFR PCB error
E732 Reader communication error
E733 Printer communication error
E740 Abnormality of the Ethernet board
E743 DDI communication error
E744 Language file/BootROM error
E745 * Token ring board error
E746 * Option board error
E747 Main controller PCB error (Image processing ASIC or memory control/communication control
ASIC)
E748 ** Main controller PCB error
E749 ** Restart in accordance with a change of the product configuration
E803 Door close error
E804 Controller fan error
E805 Fan error

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I need to change staples


If you have the finisher pictured above: If the machine is asking for staples, press "Finishing" on the panel then "Add Staples" this will move the staple unit to the front of the finisher. If the machine is not asking for staples but is not stapling paper then you may have a staple jam. To get the staple unit out: Open front door of finisher, Locate green turn wheel (this is horizontal in bottom left of finisher front door and is connected to white gears) turn this green turn wheel and the staple unit will be moved to the front of the finisher. Remove blue staple cartridge and remove the staple jam. After you reinstall the cartridge into the staple unit just close the finisher door and the unit will move back to home position on its own.

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Printing


The Phaser 7400 starts at $2,799. see models and prices see cost per print Color: up to 36 ppm Black: up to 40 ppm First-page-out time as fast as 12 seconds 800 MHz PowerPC processor Maximum paper size: 12" x 18" All models come standard with 10/100Base-TX Ethernet connectivity Standard paper input capacity: 800 sheets Maximum paper input capacity: 3,000 sheets Finisher/stacker/stapler/hole puncher capable of handling up to 1,000 sheets Maximum duty cycle up to 150,000 pages per month What comes in the box show/hide contents Color toner cartridges (capacity: 9,000 pages each 1 ) Black toner cartridge (capacity: 15,000 pages 1 ) Imaging units (capacity: 30,000 pages per color 2 ) Waste cartridge (capacity: 30,000 pages 2 ) Fuser (capacity: 100,000 pages 2 ) Transfer unit (capacity: 100,000 pages 2 ) Finisher ships with 5,000 staples Power cord Software and documentation.

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