Page 62 of PS980 manual shows how to get rid of the dF error, and it worked for me just now. If you can't see any paper causing a jam, there could be a small piece of paper above the white feeding belt. 1) turn off copier, lift lid, and gently pull the feeding belt. If nothing falls out and you still get the error, 2) insert a postcard to the left of the feeding belt and wiggle vertically and horizontally. To my surprise, a small piece of paper I had copied and forgotten about emerged on top of the copier lid!
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E0 means a fuser problem, it does not heat up properly. It could be the heat element
within the fuser or the overtemp fuse may have blown. Anyway, you
should really have an technician look at it for you.
not really familiar with this model, however, you should be able to open the cover (slightly) where the paper feeds in and you will see some rubber rollers (likely top and bottom), try cleaning these with a rag dampened with some alcohol (preferably), or water, and turning gently (do not force). If you use water, dry them afterward