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Canon PC 1060 error code E-002-000

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I am a laser printer guy. This copier is giving me fits. I pulled the fuser out to remove an "acordian" piece of paper out of it. Before I remove the paper jam, the copier seemed to want to copy, except for the paper jam problem. I reinstalled the fuser afte removing the "acordian", now I get this message? Any suggestions?

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  • smiles123 Dec 10, 2009

    I have an error on my canon PC 1060 E100

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A E002-000 is fixing unit error code. It is a power problem with the fixing unit. When you removed the paper jam did you see any piece of a blackish grey plastic pieces. If so you need to replace the fusing unit and or the upper fixing film..

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