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    canon ir 6870c with E000225-001

    Hi folks.I have an ir 6870c showing an Eooo225-001.The manual mentions the scanner lamp.One of our guys swapped the lamp with another machine and the board supplying the lamp but no joy.This machine is 180 miles away so I am just checking to see if there is something peculiar to this model before I have to travel.Best regards.


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    Quote Originally Posted by srv View Post
    Hi folks.I have an ir 6870c showing an Eooo225-001.The manual mentions the scanner lamp.One of our guys swapped the lamp with another machine and the board supplying the lamp but no joy.This machine is 180 miles away so I am just checking to see if there is something peculiar to this model before I have to travel.Best regards.
    does the lamp ever come on ????

    did u check
    /perform
    Copier > Function > CCD > DF White Level-1 and DF White Level-2 adjustments

    Could have a bad reader pcb/inverter pcb/ CCD UNIT
    Check the flexible cable
    check solder joints on Reader pcb & inverter pcb

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    Machine back working.Our guy fixed it by removing cables from ccd and re-seating them .He is not familiar with the m/c and had no manual to work off so well done him.Thanks (as ever) for the input Teckat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by srv View Post
    Machine back working.Our guy fixed it by removing cables from ccd and re-seating them .He is not familiar with the m/c and had no manual to work off so well done him.Thanks (as ever) for the input Teckat.

    Your Welcome, good luck

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