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The error code C0072 deals with the toner hopper. I would remove the toner bottle and close the front door and wait till the copier comes to ready and make a copy, if it works install the toner and see what happens. The problem may be in the toner bottle holder.... There is a "HP" sensor that may be dirty or broken. Good Luck
YOur problem is likely worn feed rubber. It is an old machine. Has it ever been serviced?
Did this happen after a paper jam?
Try this: UNPLUG the copier Take out the paper tray. Prepare a dry cloth that is dampened with WD 40. Open the door on the right side of the coper. You should see 1 large, gray or black rubber roller. Gently wipe the roller with the WD 40 cloth, slowly turning the roller. It only turns 1 way, towards the exit direction of the paper from the copier.
Let the WD 40 soak in, about 10 minutes. Put the paper tray back in, plug the copier back in and try to make a copy. If it makes a copy, the feed roller needs replaced, If it doesn't make a copy, check the top sheet of paper in the tray. If you see skid marks, you definitely need a feed roller. No, they are not easy to change.
As long as the roller feeds, go for it. When it starts slipping then you'll have to do something about that feed roller.
That is a HIGH temperature detect error code. Check the thermistor, if you measure 0 ohm resistance in the thermistor, replace it.
Press the stop/clear key, start key and the left copy exposure adjustment key in the order presented and hold them down. Press the stop/clear key. Enter the number of the maintenance item to be executed using the copy exposure adjustment keys or the zoom +/- keys. Go to U163 and hit the Start Key, this will reset the trouble code.
quote is probably in the right price range. you need to look at how many copies are on your machine. look at any future repairs/supplies that will be needed. like drum, developer unit. If these are also needing to be changed soon, you will have to plan on those costs also. Any comparable machine that you get get will be expensive to repair the big items. You have to put all of the money that you spent on the machine and find out how many copies you have made. you can then figure out the cost per copy. At the same time, if this machine does everything that you need from a copier, do you want to buy a new one at much higher cost.
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
A E2 code deals with the scanner. The optics of the copier. Has itbeen moved resently? Your lens may be off it's track. Turn the copier off and remove the copy board glass and the Black Box and try to move the lens and the scanning mirrors to see if they can move smoothly. If not you have found your cause of the noise and what needs to be repaired. It may not be worth getting fixed. That is older model, it's up to you..
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!
Sounds like your drum cartridge might be bad.
Something you can try that might narrow down the problem is to make a copy of something and shut the copier OFF in mid copy.
(Basically, when the light is about 1/2 way finished scanning.)
Then, open the machine up and removed the jammed paper which should be 1/2 way through your machine and hopefully about 1/2 way under the drum/toner cartridge unit.
See how the copy looks at that point. **** FYI **** The toner on the paper is NOT FUSED so it will RUB OFF. Keep the paper away from your clothes and toss it.
IF your copy has smudges on it, then there is a real good chance that your drum unit is bad and needs to replaced.
If the copy looks good, then there is a possibility that the fuser unit is bad and needs to be repaired.
I would say that your drum unit is bad with my experience with Canon Copier.
If you still have more questions, feel free to ask.
Have a good day. Good luck.
E532 is a sorter problem. Have you replaced the staples recently? If so try to remove any jamed staples from the stable cartride and try to reinstall as shown on the inside of the soter front door. You can also try to turn the copier off and unplug the sorter and reattach it and turn on the power. See what happens, if that does not work and you don't really use the sorter, unplug it and detach it from the copier and make a exit tray and there you go. If you do use it call for service.