I have an intermitent E000006-0001 Code primarily when the printer boots up. Sometimes it will get to print its boot-up page but quickly errors out and stops working. Once in a blue moon I can get about 50 prints from it before error strikes. Canon manual seems awfully vague about this issue, need help bad! Home business relies on this machine and can't afford another right now. Good level of tech ability if guided on corrective solution. Please help.
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The error is a Process Drive Fault. This may be a problem with the Process Drive's Gears.
You probably need to go through the replacement procedure again.
Xerox says to check if they are in their home positions. NOTE: Usually, manually tilting the head back and forth using Drum Maintenance Shaft should leave the Process Drive aligned.
I am having the same problem. Sometimes my Xerox Phaser 8500 prints a PDF or web page fine, and other times I get pages and pages of what looks like PostScript code. I thought I had installed the most recent printer drivers, We are using primarily Macs with OS 10.4 or 10.5. One recent change is that we connected the printer to an Airport Express using a USB cable, which is sweet when it works correctly....any ideas???
Do you mean an HP 4250. If memory serves me right that error number refers to the main drive or cartridge drive. You may have broken the gear on the cartridge while installing it. Especially if your the type to slam it in there. It can happen with genuine and remans so don't go bemoaning reman cartridges...lol. Turn it off...put another cartridge in there...and see if if boots up. I work on printers for a living and had( I'm 95% sure ) that same error code a couple of weeks ago and fixed it for the customer over the phone this same way.