Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
All E000 codes have to do with the fixing unit. It can be reset but if the code comes back it will need to be serviced. It has been known to be caused by electrical noise on the main power supply so a filter might keep it from coming back.
To reset. Press the star button followed by 2 and 8 at the same time, then the star button again. You should now be in service mode. Select COPIER and this will give you some options along the top. Select FUNCTION. In the list select CLEAR. From the next list select ERROR and press ok. Then switch off machine and back on at the power socket. If it clears then all is ok.
Be warned!! Do not try to change any settings in service mode or clear any other function!! It is very easy to mess a lot of things up while in the service mode.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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