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    Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    We have a machine throwing this error at boot E000000-0001, i tested with another two different fuser units and both worked OK, prints and works just fine, and as soon as i put back the original fuser it throws the same error again.

    Tried this same fuser on anothjer 2 machines and they both got the same error so im pretty sure the problem is within this fuser unit.

    So far ive inspected everything and it seems to be just fine, client says it was working fine on the morning and by late afternoon it stopped working, ive found a jammed sheet when i first opened it up and i thought that was the cause but it wasnt.

    Film looks fine, it is rotating and the white dot is on the gear side so i can rule that out, connections and cables look also fine, no dents or charred cable. Nothing seems broken, so my guess is the problem lies within the electrical components.

    So, before i start juggling parts from one fuser to the other, any advice as to what should i chek first? could the resistors on the aluminum cleaning roller or the ones on the side of the pressure roller cause this error? i can think of that and also the actual heating element being broken.


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    Re: Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    Quote Originally Posted by LTTP View Post
    We have a machine throwing this error at boot E000000-0001, i tested with another two different fuser units and both worked OK, prints and works just fine, and as soon as i put back the original fuser it throws the same error again.

    Tried this same fuser on anothjer 2 machines and they both got the same error so im pretty sure the problem is within this fuser unit.

    So far ive inspected everything and it seems to be just fine, client says it was working fine on the morning and by late afternoon it stopped working, ive found a jammed sheet when i first opened it up and i thought that was the cause but it wasnt.

    Film looks fine, it is rotating and the white dot is on the gear side so i can rule that out, connections and cables look also fine, no dents or charred cable. Nothing seems broken, so my guess is the problem lies within the electrical components.

    So, before i start juggling parts from one fuser to the other, any advice as to what should i chek first? could the resistors on the aluminum cleaning roller or the ones on the side of the pressure roller cause this error? i can think of that and also the actual heating element being broken.
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    easy check------------------swap the FIXING FILM (main thermistor) from good fuser into problem fuser. >>> power on> clear error > power off >/on to test

    just because it looks good on outside / it's inside what counts------

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    Re: Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    So the ACTUAL FILM works also as a thermistor? i didnt know that, anjyways ill open the unit and clean everything inside


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    Re: Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    Quote Originally Posted by LTTP View Post
    So the ACTUAL FILM works also as a thermistor? i didnt know that, anjyways ill open the unit and clean everything inside


    TH 1_2--H 1_2--TP 1.jpg

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    Re: Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    If possible change heater.

    ARUN KUMAR MISHRA

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    Re: Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    Ok got it, you guys mean the full heating unit, it looks fine nothing charred or dirty, cleaned the sensors/thermistors inside the heater housing but still E000.

    Il take the full heater from the other machine then.


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    Re: Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    Yes full heating unit.

    ARUN KUMAR MISHRA

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    Re: Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    swapped the heating unit from another fuser and it works just fine.

    Anyone tried to fix this issue by replacement the part that goes bad? attached is whats inside the heating unit, alli see is a sensor, two thermistors and the actual ceramic lamp.

    Asking cause im pretty sure we have some disasembled fusers that went bad for different reasons, need to take a dive at the storage boxes.

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    Re: Canon IR 3235 E000-001

    why would u use old parts from fix film units to try and troubleshoot----------------- "Time is Money"---
    not cost/time effective , because of swapping procedure to test what part is defective.

    see chart for your Fix Film part #---------
    make sure to replace with correct part for your printers voltage

    about 125.00 on eBay


    19 FM3-6166-000 1 FIXING FILM UNIT 100V
    iR3245,3235,3230 Series \nH1,2 \nTH1,2 \nTP1
    19 FM3-7062-000 1 FIXING FILM UNIT 100V iR3225 Series
    H1,2 \nTH1,2 \nTP1
    19 FM3-7070-000 1 FIXING FILM UNIT 120V
    iR3245,3235,3230 Series \nH1,2 \nTH1,2 \nTP1
    19 FM3-7068-000 1 FIXING FILM UNIT 120V iR3225 Series
    H1,2 \nTH1,2 \nTP1
    19 FM3-7071-000 1 FIXING FILM UNIT 230V
    iR3245,3235,3230 Series \nH1,2 \nTH1,2 \nTP1
    19 FM3-7069-000 1 FIXING FILM UNIT 230V iR3225 Series


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