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the code needs to be reset even if you replace the fuser.
Press clear, press *, press #, press * your display should go blank press 14 then press print,
I'm doing this from long term memory I may have the # and * symbols swapped
Try disabling the print queue. In windows 2000 go to printers, then properties of the canon printer, advanced and select "Print directly on the printer". Also try printing from another computer and replacing the interface cables.