Question about Canon NP 6035 Copier
I don't think it would take 3 hours to warm up? It's a anolog copier, it does not have a hard drive. Also, it would of coded out after about 10 minutes. If I were you, I would put all the orginal parts back into the copier and turn it On and see what Error code is showing. I would also, take the drum out & transfer roller and see if it warms up. What was the copier doing before this? I would look over the work you did before and maybe look for a loose connector or pinched wire or a short. Need a little more info.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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