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    Perfect Binder trouble (Canon C6000VP)

    Hi!

    I've got a Perfect Binder-B1 connected to my Canon ImagePress C6000VP and now I get the error code E0005bb-0005-61. Does anyone know what this means?

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    Perfect Binder trouble (Canon C6000VP)

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    Re: Perfect Binder trouble (Canon C6000VP)

    Quote Originally Posted by Laka View Post
    Hi!

    I've got a Perfect Binder-B1 connected to my Canon ImagePress C6000VP and now I get the error code E0005bb-0005-61. Does anyone know what this means?

    Regards
    Lars


    see tech pub link-----
    Minimizing Error Code E5BB-0005 Caused by Damage to the Spine Bending Sensor Cable (Right) - Revised

    Dropbox - E5BB-0005 Tech Pub.pdf



    The spine bending motor (left)(M28) and spine bending motor (right)(M29) are driven to move the left spine bending plate and right spine bending plate from
    the spine bending closed position to the home position.
    2) According to the result of stack thickness detection, the spine bending motor (left)(M28) and spine bending motor (right)(M29) are driven to move the spine
    bending plate to the standby position which is away from the stack by the specified distance.






    E5BB
    = Spine bending motor (right) (M29)


    0005 --The spine bending home position sensor (right) (S66) and the spine plate pressure
    sensor (S69) have turned on simultaneously.

    M29.jpg
    M29.jpg

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    Re: Perfect Binder trouble (Canon C6000VP)

    Thanks for the reply!
    Probably seems to be the problem. (has looked inside)
    How do you solve this? (we do not have a service panel / card)
    Can you change position manually?
    Regards
    Laka


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    Perfect Binder trouble (Canon C6000VP)

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    Re: Perfect Binder trouble (Canon C6000VP)

    Quote Originally Posted by Laka View Post
    Thanks for the reply!
    Probably seems to be the problem. (has looked inside)
    How do you solve this? (we do not have a service panel / card)
    Can you change position manually?
    Regards
    Laka


    the Dropbox> attached pdf above explains the check / inspection and repair instructions

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