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    Need help with solving error 805 in Canon IR 3225

    Hello everyone! I need help with solving error 805 subcode 003 on Canon IR 3225. I have tried changing all heat exhaust fans but it didn't work. It would be great if anyone help me resolve it.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Need help with solving error 805 in Canon IR 3225

    If you swap fm1 for fm2 and the sub code does not change then I would suspect the DC controller as the fans are directly driven by it.

    Just to verify: FM1 is part FK2-0806-000 and is in the right door assembly.

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    Re: Need help with solving error 805 in Canon IR 3225

    I found something on the web and trying to remember from when i worked on this model.

    It may not be your model but here is the page. Confirm you model machine is what you put in.

    Canon IR2200, IR2800, IR3300 E805

    For that code it says curl reducing fan FM5. Which would probably be a fan under the paper transport area.

    Otherwise there are 2 fans in the side door that are a bit hidden on the model you have listed.

    Will watch for new posts.

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    Re: Need help with solving error 805 in Canon IR 3225

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverSayNever View Post
    Hello everyone! I need help with solving error 805 subcode 003 on Canon IR 3225. I have tried changing all heat exhaust fans but it didn't work. It would be great if anyone help me resolve it.

    Thanks in advance.

    If on that fan connection , if it's a two stage signal, probably a DC controller signal issue
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