On my xerox 5328, when ever you turn it on, the e2 light comes on. I then open up the machine and close it without doing anything. Then its fine and the e2 goes away until the next time I turn on the machine. Is there anyway to clear this code so it won't come on ever time I turn on the copier?
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Toshiba top load washers have standard error codes. Depending on the display (2 or 3 digits depending on the model) it will either show E21 (or E23) or alternate E2 and -1 (or E2 and -3). Here's a list of most Toshiba washers error codes;
E1: Water doesn't drain in time or not at all
E21: Lid open
E23: Lid not locking
E31: Load imbalance
E32: Check E1 and/or E31
E5: No water coming in
I also have a Toshiba AW-9790S, and encountered similar problem. The E2-3 would occur sporadically and halt the washing programme. E2-3 error occurs when the washing machine detects that the lid is not properly seated and locked during the rinse or spin cycles. I took mine apart and resolved my problem by cleaning the contacts for the switches. There are 2 contact switches at the lower right side; 1 for sensing the lid is closed and 1 for sensing that the lid lock is engaged. Both the switches were slightly oxidized which prevented current flow and the sensors from working properly.
e2 is a paper jam problem. check that the paper guides in the cassette are positioned aginst the paper properly. Also remove the toner and drum cartridge. Clean all rubber rollers that you can get to with a damp cloth ( water). You are especially trying to clean the upper and lower registration rollers that "pinch" the paper. I hope that this helps.
On this model, the fuser assembley is mounted to the machine mounts, two of them inboard and outboard.
If the fuser gear is not cracked, this fuser is driven by the white small drive gear on the machine.
This rests close the drive gear. Sometimes you can hear a thumping noise which is coming from the gear skipping over the fuser gear.
This gear needs to be replaced a very involved service process.
Call Xerox for further repair if this is the case. Also behind this gear are many other gears that can cause this same problem. Very involved and time-extensive to repair even for a trained Xerox technition.
It is entirely possible you have a small piece of paper that got ripped off somehow and it is now blocking the sensor leading the machine to think it has a paper jam.
Follow your jam clearance instructions again and pay close attention and rotate all movable parts in the jam area many times, then reboot the machine multiple times and allow the machine to completely come up before rebooting again, it may be necessary to reboot the machine 3 or 4 times to clear this error, each time following the jam clearance, if this doesn't resolve then you should have an expert take a look at the machine.
Total weight is about 200 pounds. But, that machine comes apart. You can take off the thumb screws and disconnect one plug and lift off the document feeder. The machine processor separates just above the tray 2/3 module, also the tray 2/3 module separates from the stand. So you can make is much easier to move by taking it apart. Nothing is bolted together, just sits one on top the other.
Remove the toner and drum cartridges. Using a flashlight, look inside the front of the printer. At the rear of the cavity there are two large rubber rollers. On the floor, about an inch to the right of the rightmost roller, there's a tiny black plastic feeler that's supposed to protrude from a slot in the floor and be pushed down by paper as it feeds through. Occasionally it sticks in the down position, causing the printer to think there's a paper jam. Running a finger over it usually unsticks it so it will pop up where it belongs. I usually flick it down a few more times to make sure it's free to pop pack up. I guess the spring tension, light by design, is sometimes not enought to overcome friction.