Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
I pressume that it is canon copier, E000 means that you have fixing temperature problem.
If its newer model eg. with "iR" markings, you enter with * 2 8 * and under COPIER-FUNCTION-CLEAR-ERR, then turn off and on. If do not help you need to change fixing film unit.
If it helps be sure that you have a good air circulation around copier, do not have A/C blowing into copier,...
Posted on May 10, 2010
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Garner,,, the C000 code is a fuser error code on this machine. It can "sometimes" pop up after a power surge/spike/loss event, and needs to be reset in service technician mode. If it doesn't reset, but rather comes back, you probably need a sevice call for something defective in the fuser (lamp, fuse, thermister).
IF YOU'RE GAME, here it is...
To enter service simulation: press"Additional Functions" to enter "User mode". Press # key. Press </> to select a menu item. enter new data using number keys. Press "Set/OK" key. Press Stop/additional functions to exit.
Note: To reset E000, E001, E002, E003, go to service mode 4. select SET, go to "#7 PRINT-ER," in service mode. Then press Execute "#4 PRINTER RESET." Power the unit off/on.
Oct 11, 2007 | Office Equipment & Supplies
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