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Code error on my copier

When I turn the copier on, the copier started flashing E7 by the moment it should be ready to copy.The start button flashes.That is ,it is not stable because of the E7.How can I fix this problem?

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  • Nike Merritt May 11, 2010

    It should flash another number after the E7 so the code would be E7-01. E710 and above is the ADF lower numbers are sorter problems. If you reply with code I can give more info

  • Timothy Van Der Heyden May 11, 2010

    make and model?

  • TRANSCORP99 May 11, 2010

    WHAT KIND OF COPIER?

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For proper understanding of the error meainig it is necessary to obtain a Subcode of the error by pressing START at the moment of displaying error. E7-02 and E7-16 means Laser unit problems, E7-01 problem with memory, E7-10,11,12 Scanner problems

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The code refers to a hard drive issue. This could be caused by a corrupted file or there is an issue with drive itself. First thing to try is to reset the error code. This sometimes works & the machine runs fine after. If the code returns then you could be looking at a new hard drive.

To reset the machine, make sure the copier is in COPY mode, then press the following 4 keys in sequence #*C*
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Hi my copier displays E7


Check this out :
E7 codes deal with the optical scanner unit and or the laser unit. It could also be the lamp in the scanner unit. The E7 is the main code. There is a sub code associated with it. To view the sub code hold down the start button. Below is a list of specific codes and their meanings:
E7-02: LSU trouble
E7-10: Shading trouble (Black Correction)
E7-11: Shading trouble (White Correction)
E7-12: Shading Trouble
E7-16: Abnormal laser output
If it is a laser (LSU) issue then the LSU may need replacing.
If it is a shading error the first step is to remove the platen glass carefully (with the power off because the inverter board). There is a thin white strip on the bottom side of the platen next to the **** glass. Clean this white strip with a soft cloth and a small amout of isopropyl alcohol.
Dust on the optics can also cause shading reference errors so gently blow off the mirrors with canned air.
Perform the following key procedure to reset error:
"#" key, Interrupt key, "C" key, Interrupt key
"1" key, "4"key
Start key, "CA" key.
See if unit cycles and comes back up. If not turn off and then back on the main power.
If error reappears on site technical service may be required.

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My error message is E 7 flashing. After leaving it off over night it worked for a couple of copies. Now I am getting the same error message E7.


press and hold the copy key the second part of the code will show then go to google and type in "sharp ar-m205 E7-xx"
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elem_1_spacer.gif Performing a Fault Reset 14 will reset your copier and will help to clear error codes.
  1. Turn the power off.
  2. Locate the Clear Button, which is grey in color, in the upper right corner above the green Start Button.
  3. Locate the Auto Button the lower left corner of the Control Panel.
  4. Turn the power back on.
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This should resolve your issue. If not it would most likely need a heat rod. But there ia probably a 99 percent chance this will cure it. Let me know please.

Performing a Fault Reset 14 will reset your copier and will help to clear error codes.
  1. Turn the power off.
  2. Locate the Clear Button, which is grey in color, in the upper right corner above the green Start Button.
  3. Locate the Auto Button the lower left corner of the Control Panel.
  4. Turn the power back on.
  5. Press the buttons in the following sequence, releasing each button after each time you press it: [Clear], [Auto], [Clear], [Auto]. Every light on the Control Panel should go out, and the error code should clear.
  6. If the error code has not cleared, wait a few seconds then repeat Steps 1 through 5.
  7. Program the copier as if you were going to make 14 copies.
  8. Press the green [Start] button to store the reset code. The copier will return to the ready position.
  9. Run a test copy.

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E7 problem


E7 codes deal with the optical scanner unit and or the laser unit. It could also be the lamp in the scanner unit. The E7 is the main code. There is a sub code associated with it. To view the sub code hold down the start button. Below is a list of specific codes and their meanings:
E7-02: LSU trouble
E7-10: Shading trouble (Black Correction)
E7-11: Shading trouble (White Correction)
E7-12: Shading Trouble
E7-16: Abnormal laser output
If it is a laser (LSU) issue then the LSU may need replacing.
If it is a shading error the first step is to remove the platen glass carefully (with the power off because the inverter board). There is a thin white strip on the bottom side of the platen next to the slit glass. Clean this white strip with a soft cloth and a small amout of isopropyl alcohol.
Dust on the optics can also cause shading reference errors so gently blow off the mirrors with canned air.
Perform the following key procedure to reset error:
"#" key, Interrupt key, "C" key, Interrupt key
"1" key, "4"key
Start key, "CA" key.
See if unit cycles and comes back up. If not turn off and then back on the main power.
If error reappears on site technical service may be required.

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