Question about Canon imageRUNNER 8500 Copier
After a paper jam, this error code is appearing on the printer. I've cleared out all the paper spots I could locate, and checked for torn paper left inside. I'm fairly confident it's all out. The machine has been shut off by the switch as well unplugged. The machine boots up and immediately shows this message each time. I'm aware of the service mode and have opened the machines up a few times to work on them so I'm fairly familiar with some of their internal workings. If you've got any advice or fixes, that would be great. Thanks! Jeremy Swanson ([email protected]) (1-800-605-4280)
This error code has to do with your finisher. The auxillary tray is not finding its home position or does not leave the home position within the alotted time. Check for binds. I have limited exposure to the K4/3 finisher but try this. Turn the copier off, and open one of the finisher doors. Now turn the copier back on with the finisher door open so it cannot initialize. Once the copier is basically ready except the finisher door is open, close the finisher door and observe all the **** (and theres alot) initialize. This may help determine the problem. I hope this helps...........................SPINAL
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
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