Question about Canon CLC 1000 Color Copier
When turn on my clc1000 i have this error e063-0363. what it means and what can i do?
More than likely there is a broken microswitch for the transfer/ seperation unit... here's a lil' tip, the unit runs the wire cleaners during startup and it is not detecting the HP of the T/S Corona Wire Cleaner... between you and me, the wire cleaners do not really do a whole lot to help or correct the image (don't tell cust. that, because engineers put that in to make them feel that they are doing useful maintenance), most techs in the field will just turn the check off in service mode... in service mode select the following Copier/Option/User/W-CLN and set it to a 0. I have seen guys just doing a PM on a unit, and get called back the next day because of the lil'swich... trust me, nothing makes customers feel reassured about their machine then when it throws a E-code the day after a PM... save yourself the time and turn it off.... but you didn't hear that from me... other possibility is if you had swervice done previously then they may have forgotten to put the screws bac that hold the assembly.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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