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I replace canon plotroller for solving e002 but that plotoroller made in aluminium meterial. So E 002 displaying again. I try to buy plotoroller made in iron. But it is not available in shops.Please help me to solve this problem.

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This is code indicating the fuser assembly is not at the correct temperature. You need to check to see if it gets hot. If the fuser is cold you should get a E000. The thermistor is not detecting the fuser temperature correctly. It may have to be replaced. You should try resetting the error first. Open the front door and look for a small hole in the cover below the control panel. With the power on insert a paper clip or something similar and go straight in. You should hear a light click from the swith being depressed. There should be a " $ " on the display. This called service mode. Press * 4 * and this will get you into Fuction mode. Look for ERROR, highlight by depressing it and then press OK. This clears the code from the copier's memory. Turn off the power switch and wait a few seconds and then turn the copier back on. The copier should come up. If the error returns then you will have to find out why the thermistor is not working. I haven't work on this model for several years and can't remember what the display looks like but this should get you in the right direction.

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