Question about Canon CLC 1150 Color Copier
E005 is actually a code for fuser web being depleted. Doing CLR ERR will not help at all unless you change the fuser web.
E014 is probably because the web or a piece of paper is stuck in the fuser and its hard for it to turn. it could be as simple as a bad jam, but it could also be a broken drive gear or messed up one way gear.
Posted on May 27, 2008
Get in the service menu, press * 2 8 *, choose COUNTER, reset all counters to 0, go to FUNCTION/ CLR/ ERR, press OK. Turn off the machine and then on.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Error code E 020 0181 means that the patch sensor has turned bad or is dirty, to access this try removing eac dev unit and gently unscrew each top so that the patch sensor window is visible. Also, check whether the toner hopper is overfull, it happens sometimes that the toner motor worm gear splits as a result of the hopper becoming packed tight. This may cause the worm gear to split and break if the hopper is 1/2 full or less. You may need to replace toner motor, part number (FH7-1762-030). If the toner motor is fine, then check whether the web solenoid is activating. Clean the web solenoid and ensure free action. This would clear error E020. If the error still not disappears then make sure that the DC controller is fine and the connections from the controller are fine.
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