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E000001-0004 - Canon imageRUNNER C3200 Copier

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first try to:

enter service mode: * 2 8 *


Turn off and on

If the problem still persist probably you need to change thermistor.Call service.

Posted on Aug 04, 2010


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SOURCE: Error Code E000001-0004

The main thermistor TH1 has poor contact or open circuit.The thermal switch TP1 has an open circuit.The fixing heater has an open circuit.The SSR is faulty or the DC controller PCB.After the main power switch is turned ON the temperature detected by the main thermistor does not reach 70 C.The error must be reset in service mode :COPIER - FUNCTION - CLEAR - ERR

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hello Josh. I can tell you "bulletproof verbatum" from the service manual what this error code means.But for me to merely try to help you{as I am} , I will be penalized by this website "FIXYA" since unless you are a trained Canon technician the info I provide will not truly "fixya".But I would rather lose my rating than let you potentially be screwed by a the local copier dude.Just please give me a decent rating/vote when you get a chance to comment on thr quality of my help for you. This code has to do with the fusing unit, a common component on all copiers. The fusing unit is responsible for providing extreme heat and pressure to to the paper and potential image as it reaches the exit of the copier. The heat and pressure "bond" the toner to the paper. The temperature can approach 380* F and therefore must be controlled in redundant ways to insure safety. Your machine has among the redundant systems two "active" temperature sensing devices called thermistors.They each monitor the temperature of the "fusing "unit, and are located in different areas to better monitor the temp. They also compare each other's temp to once again insure safety. Your code means that the "non contact" thermistor and the end {contact} thermistor had a difference of temperature readings of 80*c for more than 500 milliseconds.This is abnormal and not possible if all is well. One or both are bad. The code can be reset, but if the problem is genuine and not a fluke then it will return. To reset the code. Press "additional functions" then the 2&8 simaltaneaously, the additional functions again. New screen. Press "function'. Press clear.....ERR. THen ok at the bottom. Power off an dhope for the best.Good luck.

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the upperroller has detected high temp check heater unit connections

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It is a fuser heat error. Try to reset the machine from the error code. If problem persists you have the check the fuser for damage. Could be a thermister, thermoswitch, or faulty heaters. To clear error, service more function/clear/error/ok/ exit service mode and cycle power.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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SOURCE: What is error code E000001-0004 and E000001-0010

This error code is a sensor in the side where paper jams usually occur open the door and look for a small sensor in black plastic, it will probably be not located properly these are known for dislodeging, Canon engineers simply glue them back in, switch off the power beofre doing this and when you switch back on it should load ok.

Posted on Apr 20, 2010

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