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Canon Image Class D860

The message keep saying the platen is open, when it is shut

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Our printer has been printing blank for 2 days

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Canon Image Class D860 - Error message E003. How do we correct?


Under service mode ( MENU and # ) find CLEAR, and select ERR ( if you cant find err, select ALL ), and OK.
Restart machine.
If that does not help change the whole fixing assy.

E003 means that you have temperature problems in fixing assy.
If clear does not help, that means that you have bad thermistor or fixing ceramics.

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Paper Jam but no papaer found Canon Image Class D860


Have you checked that the paper path is clean and free of paper fragments which sometimes get jammed in the sensors? Try blowing them with a compressed air bottle.

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Alarm - paper jam slide platen left - but no jam - won't copy


the paper jam is more than likely in the fuser assembly. unfortunately you will need a service tech to come out and fix that issue.

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Platen open


we called "fax doctor" they sent technician to fix it.
mark

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the platen moves to the left side ,for changing the cartridge,move the platen to the right.if you have a flat cable broken rear of the machine.

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Printer system error


Here is what the Canon web site says you can try.

1. Power off and pull the line cord.

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Solution: Reset the unit-IC D/PC 1000 Series

Reset the unit
  1. Slide the platen to the left.
    slide_platen_left.gif
  2. Slide the platen back to the right until it locks in place.

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Canon copier image class D760 / system error E0003


Try this one from Canon:

Issue: ERROR LCD: System Error E003
Solution: Reset the unit-IC D/PC 1000 Series

Reset the unit
  1. Slide the platen to the left.
    slide_platen_left.gif
  2. Slide the platen back to the right until it locks in place.


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System error E000


That's was a miraculous!!!!! My canon Image Class D860 is brand new now after following the steps.

1. Hit Additional Functions Key
2. Hit # key
3. Arrow to number 7, Printer and hit Set
4. Arrow to number 4, Printer Re-Set and hit Set.
5. Yes, re-set printer (hit minus key - back arrow).
6. Unplug the machine and plug it back in.

This just worked for me on a D860

Thanks
Evenel

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