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    Unhappy Canon IR8105 E010

    Is the E010 a drive problem? I can not find it in the manual, the manual skipped over E010??? Any advice would be great! Thanks!


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    Re: Canon IR8105 E010

    Quote Originally Posted by skibum View Post
    Is the E010 a drive problem? I can not find it in the manual, the manual skipped over E010??? Any advice would be great! Thanks!


    never seen E010 on this series 8000 series checked all manuals

    re check code


    on the ADVANCE 400 / 500 series
    Main Drive assembly/ Main Motor / DC issue

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    Re: Canon IR8105 E001

    It is now a E000001-0002. Customer at first had the code E001-0010. Is this the thermisters and possibly the thermal switch?


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    Re: Canon IR8105 E001

    Quote Originally Posted by skibum View Post
    It is now a E000001-0002. Customer at first had the code E001-0010. Is this the thermisters and possibly the thermal switch?

    E001 -0002= Fixing Assembly high temperature error (software detection)-----------don't forget to CLEAR the ERROR in service mode

    1. Check if the cable of the Thermistor is caught. -> Replace
    the Thermistors. -> Replace the Fixing Upper Unit.

    2. IH control error. -> Replace the Fixing Power Supply PCB
    (PCB10), the DC Controller PCB (PCB1), or the Main
    Driver PCB (PCB2).

    Description
    • The Fixing Main Thermistor (THM1) detects 230 degC or higher.
    • The Fixing Sub Thermistor 1 (THM2)/Fixing Sub Thermistor 2 (THM4) detects 230 degC or higher for 2 consecutive
    seconds.

    Also check fuse FU19 shown below on Main Driver pcb


    the chart below shows the voltage of the fuses, connectors / pin location, loads and error / alarm codes.



    Following is a list of error codes this chart associates a fuse with:
    E824, E005, E121, E023, E804, E820, E401, E025, E020, E008, E002, E001, E000

    Following is a list of alarm codes this chart associates a fuse with:
    33-0026, 33-0027, 04-0073



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