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Canon IR5000 problem no heat on fuser, lamps check out good no error on display?

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SOURCE: Canon MF 5550 Fuser error

More than likely you have a fuser failure.
either contact canon or whoever you purchased the machine from.
The most likely solution will be to replace the fuser unit.

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this is a code for detection of no or faulty charge to the drum open front door remove toner hopper take out primary charge unit see if any wires are broke on grid , then see if the wires underneath the grid are still there... if all seems ok gently clean the grid with cloth and windex then clean wires underneath dont break grid wires . put it back in let me know

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SOURCE: Canon IR5000 and the finisher unit

Dirty sensor inside finisher, blow whole thing out with air. Sensors look like small black c-shaped with connector with three to four wires. Dust dirt block when not supposed to be blocked. Shutter open sensor does not turn on when the #2 feed motor has been rotated CCW for 1 second.

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Hello,
as you probably now, the E007 is error for fixing film rotation. The rotation is checked over sensor above the film's "white" dot.

So are You sure that sensor works, is there any left overs of old film on sensor, reconnect all connectors related to the film sensor, is the "white" spot dirty or damadged, are you sure that fixing film is rotateing properly??????????

Hope that something of this will help you to find solution....

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It sounds like there is a problem with the fuser unit, although am not sure why there is no error code. In the fuser unit, check the thermal fuse to see if it is open circuit. Then check the heat rod (fuser lamp) for same and, least likely, the thermistor that controls the fuser's temperature. Also make sure the surface of the thermistor is clean (remove caked toner) and is making good contact with the hot roller. When repairs are made, you may find that you have to enter a service mode and reset the machine.

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Error code e000001 0000


e000001 0000 is E001 error this is a fuser type fault.
First, the error needs to be cleared. Turning off/on won't do that.
You could go into service mode and clear the error (*28* > copier> function > clear > err > ok. Then turn the copier off, then on again and watch it heat up. I always monitor the temperature to make sure it's in the acceptable range (190 C or around that range).
If it happens often you need to change the thermistors . If it still happens, check the connectors in back of the fuser. They may need to be shimmed.
And you can get the service manual for ir5000 it will be help you a lot and save u $ you can get it from the below link:
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My mechine display an error e002.


Error # 0002 indicates "Fuser temperature not rising at correct pace. Same possibilities as E000"
Error #000 refer to a number of possibilities "Fuser did not heat up. Lamp, thermal switch, thermistors, connections, AC driver, DC controller
Replace the Fuser Roller also known as the Pressure Roller or Upper Roller to resolve your problem.

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Error e000004-0010 how to solve


I'm not a Canon Copier Tec but I know E04's on Canons generally means heat/fuser error - ie fuser, usally fuser lamp, thermister or thermal fuse. Have fuser replaced.

Have it looked at, due to it requiring electrical knowledge, ie test heater lamp(open), thermal fuse(open), thermister(check for toner built up on face) with the user removed from printer (fuser=hot bit that paper goes threw, just before where paper exits to go to sorter) or just replace assem.

There maybe a reset required, on some canon models after problem has been fixed.

So here is a link with explaination of the reset on a canon model simular to yours http://www.copytechnet.com/forums/canon/2673-error-code-e004-canon-np-6330-a.html

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It gives a code sc 542


The error code is related to the fuser area.

Likely to be a low fuser temp issue.


Need to verify good or bad heat lamps.

1) Check each lamp in fuser.

(lamp is good if you get continuity)
(lamp is bad if open)

2) Check the thermostat. (thermal control device)
(triggers if unit gets too hot)

3) Also check thermistor (monitors temp of fuser)
(2) total (middle and rear)

If heat lamp is good:

Your best bet is to change all three items. (Temp fix)

Fuser thermostat - thermal control device
Fuser thermistor (middle front) - thermal control device
Fuser thermistor (rear) - thermal control device

These items wear out. Change at the same time.

Fuser needs to be rebuilt or replaced.

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What does error code E000001-0000 on a Canon IR5000 copier mean


The error code is much more likely to be E001, this is a fuser type fault. You should be able reset it in service mode. (copier, Funtion, Clear, error, turn m/c off then back on)
As the issue is a fuser temperature related. First, the error needs to be cleared. Turning off/on won't do that.
You could go into service mode and clear the error (*28* > copier> function > clear > err > ok. Then turn the copier off, then on again and watch it heat up. I always monitor the temperature to make sure it's in the acceptable range (190 C or around that range).
If it happens often I'd have the thermistors changed. If it still happens, check the connectors in back of the fuser. They may need to be shimmed.

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Fault code sc542 appears on screen


Hello,


The error code is related to the fuser area.

Likely to be a low fuser temp issue.


Need to verify good or bad heat lamps.

1) Check each lamp in fuser.

(lamp is good if you get continuity)
(lamp is bad if open)

2) Check the thermostat. (thermal control device)
(triggers if unit gets too hot)

3) Also check thermistor (monitors temp of fuser)
(2) total (middle and rear)

If heat lamp is good:

Your best bet is to change all three items. (Temp fix)

Fuser thermostat - thermal control device
Fuser thermistor (middle front) - thermal control device
Fuser thermistor (rear) - thermal control device

These items wear out. Change at the same time.

Fuser needs to be rebuilt or replaced.
(Check for wear and tear)


Inexpensive repair for the temp fix.

The whole Fuser cost can brake the bank.


I buy parts from precisionroller .com (you can preview the parts)



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