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Re: Model pc6re alternates E0/00 in the number window...
You will have to replace the thermister or the thermal fuse or the fuser heating lamp or all three. I don't believe it can be cleared till the problem is fixed. Most of the time you will need to replace the fuser lamp... It's a older copier and the lamp is most likely blown... Good Luck
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That error code means your Canon failed to warmup properly. Could be a bad Fixing assembly. Sometimes it is possible to just reset the code and then you may continue to use the machine. Based on the error code you provided, I assume you have a Canon but you need to post the model number to receive more detailed advice.
I'm guessing you used a compatable toner/drum cartridge. It sounds like you have a bad cartridge. If its a refilled drum cartridge its bad, either the drum blade is bad or charging is bad. Take it, or send it back and get another one. I recommend genuine "Canon" products. All toners and units are not made to the same standard as the Canon products.
Just fyi, a Canon PC-6e is a copier that is about ten + years old of a model... The drum unit will make the copies better.... But, you most likely need to clean the optic's. Have you tried to make the copies lighter??? If I am correct, there is a small botton on the control pannel that will turn... It will make the copies light one way and darker the other way... Good Luck
1. For Windows XP, select the Start menu -> Control Panel -> Printers and Other Hardware -> Printers and Faxes 2. Select your printer model name icon.
ters and Other Hardware -> Printers and Faxes.
3.Open the File menu and select Printing Preferences.
The printer driver setup window appears.
4.Click Print Head Alignment on the Maintenance tab.
A message appears.
5.Set the paper thickness lever to the left, and load a sheet of A4 or Letter size plain paper into the auto sheet feeder.
6.Follow the instruction in the message.
7.The Print Head Alignment dialog box opens.
Select the numbers of the patterns with the least amount of streaking in the associated boxes. Clicking the patterns with the least amount of streaking in the preview window, will automatically set their numbers in the associated boxes.
8.When you have entered all the necessary values, click OK