Question about Canon ImageClass D880 Copier
I have a Canon ImageClass D880 which is giving up the E000 error.
Do you know of a way to test the fuser to see if it is the fuser or something else
I have and E000 message. I have disc, all power for serveral hours and that did not work what can I do?
Press "Additional Functions", press "#", then press the "Right Arrow" button till it says, "Printer", then press "Set" then press the "Right Arrow" button again until it says "Printer Reset" then press "Set" again, the display will ask you "Yes" or "No". Press the "Left" arrow for "Yes", then press "Set". Now, unplug the power cord and wait 5 seconds and plug back in. If this don't work, get a new fuser.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
E000 is an indication for no continuety in heater element, change the heater in the fuser assembly and reset the error by going in the service mode.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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