Question about Canon imageRUNNER 3570 Copier
Dear Sir. Thank you very much to get your great solving system in line. Now I am especting from your side about trouble. I am a technical person but I don n't have any SERVICE MANUAL regarding that model. It would be better If you Give me the solution of my trouble. My trouble is Canon model iR 3570 E00000----0001. The Best and Regaeds. Abul Kalam
GOOD NEWS BAD NEWS IF YOUR PROBLEM WAS FROM A POWER SPIKE IT CAN BE RESET IN SERVICE MODE.IF NOT YOU HAVE A BAD HEATER UNIT.
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
The problem with this code is in the fuser area. I don't have the specific manual for this model, but here's some information from a Canon IR3250 manual: III . Troubleshooting Malfunctions A. Error Codes 1. E000/E003 Thermistor 1) Is the thermistor soiled? YES: Clean the thermistor. Is the thermistor in even contact with the fixing upper roller? NO: Mount the thermistor correctly. Turn off the power switch, and remove the fixing assembly. Measure the resistance between connectors J50B-2 (FSRTH) and J50B- 3 (GNDTH) on the fixing assembly side. Is it between 120k and 290k W? NO: Check the wiring from J222 on the DC controller PCB to the thermistor; if normal, replace the thermistor. Main heater 2) With the fixing assembly removed, is there electrical continuity between connectors J50-3 (FSRN1) and J50-5 (FSRL1) on the fixing assembly side? NO: Replace the main heater. Sub heater 3) With the fixing assembly removed, is there electrical continuity between connectors J50-4 (FSRN2) and J50-5 (FSRL2) on the fixing assembly side? NO: Replace the sub heater. Thermal switch, DC controller PCB 4) Remove the fixing assembly, and detach the wiring cover. Is there electrical continuity between the terminals of the thermal switch? NO: Replace the thermal switch. YES: Replace the DC controller PCB. CHAPTER 4 TROUBLESHOOTING COPYRIGHT © 2000 CANON INC. CANON iR3250 REV.0 JUNE 2000 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON) 4-43 2. E001 Thermistor 1) Turn off the power switch, and remove the fixing assembly. Then, measure the resistance between connectors J50B-2 (FSRTH) and J50B-3 (GNDTH) of the fixing assembly side. Is the resistance 1k W or less? NO: Check the wiring from J222 on the DC controller PCB to the thermistor; if normal, replace the thermistor. Power supply assembly, DC controller PCB 2) Replace the power supply assembly. Is the problem corrected? YES: End. NO: Replace the DC controller PCB. 3. E009 Fixing assembly 1) Is the fixing assembly rated at a voltage different from that of the power supply? YES: Replace the fixing assembly so that its voltage matches the fixing assembly. Power supply assembly, DC controller PCB 2) Replace the power supply assembly. Is the problem corrected? YES: End. NO: Replace the DC controller PCB. 4. E010/E011 Connector 1) Is connector J12 of the main motor and connector J218 on the DC controller PCB connected correctly? YES: Connect them correctly. CHAPTER
Posted on Jul 03, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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