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Canon 4570 E00000

I have a Canon 4570 out in the field that we replaced the fuser film and now it pops code E00000 on. I have reset the code in Service Mode and the fuser makes some revolutions then pops the code again. Any ideas?

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You need to reset the code by clearing the error memory phone me on 07764303923 i am in england and will tell you how to do this

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Okay, to be of real help you have to reset the error in service mode as the officetech1 said. To do this you need to press the head key (the head with the star inside) then 2+8 together and then the head key again. This will get you into service mode. Then select 'COPIER' then 'FUNCTION' then 'CLEAR' then select 'ERROR' or 'ERR' press 'OK' then switch the machine off and on again. This may get it working for a while or a long time. But if not, you will need a fixing film unit to remedy the problem.

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