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Canon ImageRunner 4570 gives me an error code:E000001-0010

The last time I got this code it was just a matter of properly installing the toner. I have tried that this time but there has been no change.

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  • Anonymous Sep 10, 2008

    i have the same problem with the 5070 printer... is the error code the same thing?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    my canon machine not work properly.this machine shows error code E000001 how repaire canon machine

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A E 000 code is a fuser ass'y problem. It will need to be rest in service mode...

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If after resetting the error and you still get the error code than the fixing film for the IR-4570 will have to be replaced and the error will have to again be reset. The part that is supposed to be getting hot is bad and only that part will need to be replaced.

For the IR-5070, the error code is that the heater is not getting hot. If the error has a 0000 sub code then the thermistors may need to be replaced or the DC Controller. Most likely the heater itself is not bad because thay should last the life of the copier. Try doing an error reset by going into service mode. Additioan function key, 2&8 at the same time and then Additional function key. Slect copier, then function, clear, err. If it goes back into the error the above items may need to be replaced. Good Luck. 0010 sub code is that the copier has been turned off and on without restting the error.

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