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Press "Additional Functions", press "#", then press the "Right Arrow" button till it says, "Printer", then press "Set" then press the "Right Arrow" button again until it says "Printer Reset" then press "Set" again, the display will ask you "Yes" or "No". Press the "Left" arrow for "Yes", then press "Set". Now, unplug the power cord and wait 5 seconds and plug back in. If this don't work, get a new fuser.
E000: Fuser did not heat up. check Fuser lamp, check thermistor, check thermostat, if this parts ok try to reset the trouble code. to reset fuser errors, first shut power off and turn on again. Then, go to service mode. Select "User mode" by pressing additional function ( * ) key then Press "ID" key ( # ) on user mode screen. Select menu 7 using cursor key. Press "OK" key. Select 4 item with cursor key. Press "OK" key. Printer reset. YES=( * ) to clear fuser error code E000.
Do you mean error E000? If so, follow this link and try the fixes that Canon suggests: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=239&modelid=9437#SupportDetailAct
Here's the definitive reset. It will work on the following models: ImageRunner 1200/1300, PC1060/1061/1080F, ImageClass D620/D660/D661/D680/D681 Press Additional Functions key Press # Press > to #7 Printer Function Press Set Press > to #4 Printer Reset Press Set Press < Unplug printer and repower it.