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07/5/2005 10:22PM
Canon 10, 24, 115, 14, NP112, PC3 Code Description
E0 Heat lamp
E2 Scanner


Canon 210, 300 Code Description
E0 Heat problem
E1 Sorter
E2 Scanner
E4 Drum drive
E5 Lens drive
E6 Exposure lamp
E7 Mirror sensors


Canon 25, 250, 270, 350 Code Description
E0 Thermistor/thermoswitch or heat lamps
E1 Sorter
E2 Scanner home
E3 Scanner return
E4 Right front door/main motor
E5 Lens home
E6 Lamp regulator
E8 Counter wire


Canon 400, 500 Code Description
E0 Fuser
E1 Sorter
E2 Scan home
E3 Scan
E4 Clock pulse or open RF door
E5 Lens position
E6 Exposure lamp, fuse 2
E8 Counter


Canon 5L, 5ll, 5Lll, 3ll, 2L, PC-1, PC-2, PC-5 Code Description
E0 Heater problem
E1 The heater film has gone off center. Turn machine off & on, make sure it's level etc.
E2 Scan problme
E6 Exposure lamp or exposure lamp sensor


Canon NP1215 Code Description
E000 Low temperature, thermoswitch, thermistor or AC driver
E001 High temperature, thermistor, AC driver
E030 Counter
E202 Scan not returning home. Scan not leaving home
E221 Lamp regulator board
E400 Document feeder problem
E500 Sorter problem


Canon 150 Code Description
E0 Thermistor, thermal switch, heat
E1 Sorter, scanner home
E2 Motor, clock pulse
E3 Scan problem
E4 Lens home
E5 Lamp regulator/document sensor
E6 Motor control
E7 Total counter
E8 Lamp regulator
E9 Copyboard drive motor/board
ED Motor control PCB
EE DC controller on motor
E001 High fuser temperature. Shorter fuser thermistor
E030 Total counter disconnected or open
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens problem
E221 DC power supply, lamp regulator board or main board
E400 Document feeder board problem
E500 Sorter board problem
E000 Low fuser temperature


Canon 1500 Code Description
E001 High fuser temperature. Shorter fuser thermistor
E030 Total counter disconnected or open
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens problem
E221 DC power supply, lamp regulator board or main board
E400 Document feeder board problem
E500 Sorter board problem
E000 Low fuser temperature


Canon 155 Code Description
E0 Thermistor, thermal switch, heat
E1 Sorter, scanner home
E2 Motor, clock pulse
E3 Scan problem
E4 Lens home
E5 Lamp regulator/document density sensor
E6 Motor control board
E7 Total counter
E8 Lamp regulator
E9 Copyboard drive motor/board
ED Motor control PCB
EE DC controller on motor


Canon 20 Code Description
E2 Scanner
E0 Heat lamp
D030 Total counter or DC controller
E00 Heater (Press SW301 twice to reset)
E001 Over temperature
E010 Drum drive clock pulse
E202 Scan home position
E204 Registration switch (scan problem)
E210 Lens home
E221 Lamp regulator or DC controller
E400 Document feed problem (Check circuit breaker)
E500 Sorter (Check circuit breaker)
E000 Fuser problem. Low temperature. Lamp, thermal switch, AC driver
E001 Fuser problem. High temperature. Triac, AC driver, pinched wire
E004 Fuser problem
E053 Sorter
E030 Counter
E202 Scan
E210 Lens
E221 Exposure lamp regulator board, thermal fuse, exposure lamp
E400 ADF
E500 Sorter
E710 DC controller (main board)
E001 Heater problem

Canon 2015 Code Description
D030 Total counter or DC controller
E00 Heater (Press SW301 twice to reset)
E001 Over temperature
E010 Drum drive clock pulse
E202 Scan home position
E204 Registration switch (scan problem)
E210 Lens home
E221 Lamp regulator or DC controller
E400 Document feed problem (Check circuit breaker)
E500 Sorter (Check circuit breaker)


Canon 2020, 2120 Code Description
E000 Fuser problem. Low temperature. Lamp, thermal switch, AC driver
E001 Fuser problem. High temperature. Triac, AC driver, pinched wire
E004 Fuser problem
E0053 Sorter
E030 Counter
E202 Scan
E210 Lens
E221 Exposure lamp regulator board, thermal fuse, exposure lamp
E400 ADF
E500 Sorter
E710 DC controller (main board)


Canon 3025 Code Description
E000 Fuser problem
E010 Main motor, motor board, clock pulse
E030 Counter
E050 Duplex side to side problem
E051 Crossway registration
E200 Scan problem
E200 Scan reverse sensor or scan
E202 Scan return problem
E204 Document sensor, scan reverse sensor or scale
E210 Lens problem
E220 Lens
E220 Blank lamp open or lens home problem
E240 DC controller
E400 Document feeder board problem or document feeder interface problem
E500 Sorter
E620 Editing problem


Canon 3030, 3050 Code Description
E000 Fuser temp low. Heat lamp, thermoswitch, thermistor, SSR
E001 Fuser temperature too high or shorted thermistor
E002 Fuser temperature too low
E003 Fuser temperature too low
E004 SSR, or lamp reg. board
E010 Drive problem
E022 DV unit switching problem
E030 Counter not working/open
E202 Scan problem. Scan sensor, scan motor
E204 Scan problem. Scan sensor, scan motor
E210 Lens problem. Lens sensor, lens motor
E220 Exposure lamp
E240 DC controller (main board)
E400 RDF circuit board
E401 RDF pickup motor drive
E402 RDF belt motor drive
E403 RDF feed drive problem
E404 RDF exit motor
E411 RDF sensor problem
E500 Sorter board problem
E510 Sorter feed motor
E512 Sorter delivery motor
E514 Sorter delivery motor
E520 Sort stack motor
E530 Vibrator motor
E531 Stapler motor
E535 Vibrator motor
E540 Shift problem
E541 Shift problem
E710 DC controller
E711 DC controller
E712 DC controller. Document feeder board or cable
E800 Auto shut off relay


Canon 3225 Code Description
E000 Fuser problem
E010 Drive
E030 Counter
E050 Duplex side to side problem
E051 Duplex side to side problem
E200 Scan problem
E202 Scan return problem
E204 Scan
E210 Lens problem
E220 Blank lamp open or lens home problem
E240 Bad DC controller
E400 Document feeder board problem or document feeder interface problem
E500 Sorter
E620 Editing problem


Canon 3325 Code Description
E000 Low fuser temperature. Heat lamp, thermoswitch, thermofuse, thermistor, SSR
E001 High fuser temperature. Thermistor, SSR, pinched wire
E002 Low fuser temperature. Same as E002
E003 Same as E000/E001
E010 Same as E002
E022 Motor drive problem
E030 Counter
E202 Scan motor, sensor
E204 Scan motor, sensor
E210 Lens motor, sensor
E220 Exposure lamp
E240 DC controller (main board)
E401 Pickup drive problem (might be Doc. Feeder)
E402 Document belt drive problem
E404 Exit motor (document feeder)
E411 Document sensor (document feeder)
E500 Sorter/machine communication problem
E510 Sorter drive problem
E530 Sorter home sensor
E531 Stapler unit swing sensor
E540 Sorter cam sensor
E541 Sorter cam sensor
E710 DC controller (main board)
E712 DC controller or document feeder board


Canon 3525, 3725 Code Description
E000 Fuser problem
E010 Main motor, motor board, clock pulse
E030 Counter
E050 Duplex side to side problem
E051 Crossway registration
E200 Scan problem
E202 Scan return problem
E202 Scan home sensor or home scan
E204 Document sensor, scan reverse sensor or scale
E210 Lens
E220 Blank lamp open or lens home problem
E240 DC controller
E400 Document feeder board problem or document feeder interface problem
E500 Sorter
E620 Editing problem


Canon 3825 Code Description
E000 Low fuser temperature. Heat lamp, thermoswitch, thermofuse, thermistor, SSR
E001 High fuser temperature. Thermistor, SSR, pinched wire
E002 Low fuser temperature. Same as E002
E003 Same as E000/E001
E010 Same as E002
E022 Motor drive problem
E030 Counter
E202 Scan motor, sensor
E204 Scan motor, sensor
E210 Lens motor, sensor
E220 Exposure lamp
E240 DC controller (main board)
E401 Pickup drive problem (might be Doc. Feeder)
E402 Document belt drive problem
E404 Exit motor (document feeder)
E411 Document sensor (document feeder)
E500 Sorter/machine communication problem
E510 Sorter drive problem
E530 Sorter home sensor
E531 Stapler unit swing sensor
E540 Sorter cam sensor
E541 Sorter cam sensor
E710 DC controller (main board)
E712 DC controller or document feeder board


Canon 4035 Code Description
E000 Low fuser temperature
E001 High fuser temperature
E010 Main motor clock pulse
E011 Bind or load on main motor
E020 No TF for 3 minutes
E030 Copy counter
E050 Duplex unit
E201 Scan motor
E203 Scan motor
E210 Lens home
E240 DC controller
E241 DC controller
E320 CCD
E400 DC controller, 24V
E500 DC controller, 24V
E510 Finisher feed motor
E520 Stacker motor
E530 Guide plate shift motor
E531 Stapler motor
E620 DC controller, edit board


Canon 4050, 4080 Code Description
E000 No fuser heat
E001 High fuser temperature or shorter thermistor
E002 Low temperature or bad thermistor
E003 Fuser problem
E004 Bad SSR (heat staying on)
E010 Drive
E020 Black toner motor
E030 Counter
E080 Interface problem with color unit
E081 Vertical drive motor
E082 Horizontal drive motor
E083 Color unit sensor on right
E084 Color unit sensor on left
E085 Color unit release sensor or release or solonoid
E086 Color unit claw release
E089 Laser problem
E100 Laser problem
E110 Laser motor
E140 Laser
E202 Scan
E203 Scan
E204 Scan
E210 Lens
E223 Color unit filter drive motor
E240 DC controller
E401 RDF pickup motor
E402 RDF belt motor
E403 RDF feed motor
E411 RDF document sensor
E500 Sorter-Copier communication error
E510 Sorter drive
E512 Sorter drive
E513 Sorter drive
E514 Sorter drive
E520 Top limit sensor or stack sensor
E530 Sorter home sensor
E531 Stapler home sensor
E535 Stapler swing sensor
E540 Stack shift sensor
E660 IC card
E710 DC controller
E711 DC controller
E714 DC controller
E800 Power off circuit


Canon 4540 Code Description
E00 Low fuser temperature
E001 High fuser temperature
E010 Main motor clock pulse
E011 Bind or load on main motor
E020 No TF for 3 minutes
E030 Copy counter
E050 Duplex unit
E201 Scan motor
E203 Scan motor
E210 Lens home
E240 DC controller
E241 DC controller
E320 CCD
E400 DC controller, 24V
E500 DC controller, 24V
E510 Finisher feed motor
E520 Stacker motor
E530 Guide plate shift motor
E531 Stapler motor
E620 DC controller, edit board


Canon 4835 Code Description
E000 Low fuser temperature
E001 High fuser temperature
E002 Low fuser temperature
E003 Low fuser temperature
E010 Drive
E030 Counter
E080 Color change board problems
E081 Color horizontal motor problem
E082 Color horizontal motor problem
E083 Color problem in vertical direction
E084 Color problem in vertical direction
E085 Color problem in vertical direction
E086 Color unit claw release problem
E089 Color change incomplete
E100 Laser problem
E110 Laser motor problem
E140 Laser unit
E203 Scan drive problem
E210 Lens not home or won't leave home
E240 DC controller
E401 Document feeder pick up motor
E402 Document feeder belt motor
E403 RADF feed motor
E404 Document feeder motor
E411 Document feeder sensor
E500 Sorter to DC control interface problem
E510 Stapler/sorter motor
E530 Stapler swing motor
E531 Stapler swing motor
E540 Sorter bin motor
E541 Sorter bin motor
E710 DC controller
E711 DC controller
E712 DC controller to document feeder interface problem


Canon 6012F Code Description
C No problem. Means that the machine is correcting the fuser film tracking
CC Drum must be changed. Could be the drum serial number is identified by the logic as being non-compatible to that particular copier
E000 Low fuser temperature
E001 High fuser temperature
E002 High fuser temperature
E003 Erratic fuser temperature
E007 Fuser film off track and will not repair itself
E010 Main drive problem
E030 Counter problem
E064 Scan problem, or power supply
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens drive problem or lens sensor
E220 Exposure lamp stays on or off
E240 DC controller (main board) or composite power supply
E261 Zero cross problem. Power frequency or composite power supply
E400 Communication problem between boards
E803 24 volt problem
EO Fuser problem
H Fuser overheat


Canon 6030 Code Description
E000 Fuser did not heat up
E001 Fuser temperature too high
E002 Fuser temperature not rising at correct pace
E003 Fuser temperature drops
E004 SSR shorted
E210 Lens home problem
E212 Lens home problem
E220 Exposure lamp problem
E224 Blank shutter home problem
E240 DC controller or composite power supply problem
E400 Data communication problem
E401 Pickup motor problem
E402 Belt motor problem
E403 Feeder motor
E404 Delivery motor
E411 Document detect sensor
E500 Communication problem with copier
E510 Feeder motor
E530 Home sensor
E531 Staple swing sensor problem
E540 Bin shift motor rotation problem
E541 Bin motor
E710 DC controller
E711 Document feeder IC failure
E716 Cassette feed IC failure
E800 Auto power-off circuit problem
E901 Cassette feed motor
E902 Paper guide home sensor problem


Canon 6035 Code Description
E000 Fuser did not heat up. Lamp, thermal switch, thermistors, connections, AC driver, DC controller, SSR, etc
E001 Fuser temperature too high. Same possibilities as E000, as well as shorted wire
E002 Fuser temperature not rising at correct pace. Same possibilities as E000
E003 Fuser temperature drops. Same as E003
E004 Fuser problem. AC driver, SSR bad, wire shorted
E010 Drive problem. Main motor, gears, etc
E030 Total counter
E064 Composite power board or DC controller
E065 Composite power board or DC controller
E202 Scan motor or scan sensor problem. Panel locked with no code. Scan motor problem
E203 Scan problem or scan sensor
E204 Scan problem or scan sensor
E210 Lens sensor or motor problem
E212 Lens sensor or motor problem
E220 Exposure lamp or exposure lamp regulator board
E224 Blanking shutter motor or sensor
E240 DC controller or composite power supply problem
E244 DC controller
E400 RDF to copier communication problem
E401 RDF Pickup motor or pick up sensor
E403 RDF feed motor or pulse sensor
E404 RDF delivery motion problem
E404 RDF delivery motor problem
E411 RDF tray sensor or registration sensor
E500 Sorter main board or communication with copier
E510 Sorter feed motor
E530 Sorter guide bar motor
E531 Sorter stapler motor
E540 Sorter bin shift motor
E541 Sorter bin motor
E550 Sorter power supply
E710 DC controller
E711 DC controller
E712 Document feeder IC failure
E716 DC controller. Sorter
E800 Auto power off function (DC controller)
E901 Pedistal motor
E902 Jogger side plate sensor or motor


Canon 6045 Code Description
E000 Fuser did not heat up. Lamp, thermal switch, thermistors, connections, AC driver, DC controller, SSR, etc
E001 Fuser temperature too high. Same possibilities as E000, as well as shorted wire
E002 Fuser temperature not rising at correct pace, same possibilities as E000
E003 Fuser temperature drops. Same as E000
E004 Fuser problem: AC driver, SSR bad, wire shorted
E005 Fuser cleaning web, or problem with sensor, lever or connector. Service mode 6 is the probably reset for this
E006 Fuser feed connector
E010 Drive problem. Main motor, gears, etc
E013 Waste toner drive problem, or waste toner sensor switch has been actuated too many times
E015 Pickup motor power supply. Could be bad motor or motor board, or DC controller
E020 Problem with developer unit, toner hopper, hopper motor, connection, sensor or DC controller
E030 Total counter
E031 Option counter or total counter
E050 Holding tray (duplex) home position sensor motor or board
E051 Holding tray (duplex) home sensor motor or board
E202 Panel locked up, but might be no code, scan motor problem
E203 Scan problem or scan sensor
E204 Scan problem or scan sensor
E210 Lens sensor or motor problem
E212 Lens sensor or motor problem
E213 Scan lock sensor or lock solenoid
E220 Exposure lamp regulator board
E240 DC controller or composite power supply problem
E243 DC controller
E400 RDF to copier communication problem
E401 RDF pickup motor or pickup sensor
E402 RDF belt motor or pulse sensor
E403 RDF feed motor or pulse sensor
E411 RDF tray sensor or registration sensor
E500 Sorter main board or communication with copier
E510 Sorter feed motor
E522 Sorter push bar motor
E523 Sorter reference wall motor
E524 Sorter multi-guide motor
E525 Sorter bin paper sensor automatic adjustment problem
E526 Sorter bin paper sensor automatic adjustment problem
E530 Sorter guide bar motor
E531 Sorter stapler motor
E532 Stapler motor
E533 Stapler inside paper sensor
E540 Sorter bin shift motor
E550 Sorter power supply
E710 DC controller
E711 DC controller
E712 Document feeder IC failure
E713 DC controller, sorter
E800 Auto power off circuit problem. Main switch or DC controller
E802 Auto power off circuit problem. Main switch or DC controller


Canon 6085 Code Description
E000 After power-on, the upper fixing roller does not reach 100 C within 5 min
E001 The temperature of the upper fixing roller exceeds 230 C for 5 sec or more
E002 After the temperature of the upper fixing roller has exceeded 100 C, it does not reach 180 C within 5 min
E003 After the temperature of the upper fixing roller has reached 180 C, it drops to 100 C or less for 5 sec or more
E005 The length used of the cleaning belt inside the fixing assembly has exceeded a specific value
E012 After the drum motor drive signal has been generated, clock pulses are not generated within 2 sec
E013 After the waste toner feeding screw has become locked, the detecting switch (SW20) is pressed a multiple number of times within a specific period of time
E014 When the fixing motor (M17) is rotating, an error is detected for 2 sec or more
E015 After the pick up motor drive signal has been generated, clock pulses have not been generated within 2 sec
E019 As many as 50,000 have been made after detecting a waste toner full condition
E020 During copying, the toner supply signal is 0', indicating the absence of toner, for 3 min or more. During toner supply sequence at time of installation, the toner supply signal does not go '1' after 6 min or more
E030 After the total copy counter has turned OFF, an open circuit is detected for the total copy counter
E032 After the clock pulse signal reached the IPC communication format of the copier DC controller PCB, the Copy Data Controller-A1 does not detect the signal
E050 While the paper jogging guide motor (M11) drive signal is being generated, the paper guide home position signal (THP) is not generated for 2 sec or more. While the paper jogging guide motor (M11) is being generated, the paper jogging guide home position signal (THP) is generated for two sec or more
E202 The scanner home position signal (SCHP) is not generated within 10 sec after the power switch or the Copy Start Key is pressed
E203 While the scanner motor drive signal is being generated, clock pulses are not generated within 2 sec
E204 The scanner leading edge signal (SCDP1) is not generated within 0.8 sec after the scanner has started to move
E209 The scanner C.F.F. position signal (SCFFP) is not generated within 10 sec after the C.F.F. has been sent
E210 The lens X home position signal (SCFFP) is not generated within 10 sec after the C.F.F. has been sent
E212 The lens Y home position signal (LYHP) is not generated within 9 sec after the power switch or the Copy Start Key is turned ON. The lens Y home position signal (LYHP) is generated for 2 sec or more
E213 In stream reading mode, the scanner original leading edge sensor 2 signal (SCDP2) is not generated for 5 pages continuously
E214 While the scanner cooling fan (FM1, FM10, FM11) is rotating, an error signal is generated for 2 sec or more
E270 In stream reading mode, the scanner leading edge signal(SCDP2) is not generated within a specific period of time after a command has been issued to lock the scanner
E710 At power-on the IPC (Q170) on the DC controller PCB cannot be initialized
E711 After power-on the IPC (Q170) on the DC controller PCB goes out of order
E712 The communication IC on the RDF controller PCB has gone out of order
E713 The communication IC on the sorter control PCB has gone out of order
E715 The communication IC on the C.F.F. controller PCB has gone out of order
E717 The communication IC on the Copy Data Controller-A1 PCB has gone out of order
E800 An open circuit is detected
E801 Current flows from the activation circuit in the absence of the scanning lamp ON signal
E802 The relay (RL3) in the power supply unit does not operate in spite of the auto power-off signal



Canon 6150 Code Description
E000 Thermistor
E001 SSR
E002 Thermistor, ht. Lamp thermal fuse or SSR
E003 Thermistor, ht. Lamp thermal fuse or SSR
E005 Fuser cleaning belt
E010 Main drive problem
E020 Toner motor, toner level sensor, toner hopper sensor
E030 Counter
E050 Duplex problem
E203 Scan home problem
E210 Lens home sensor
E401 Document feeder paper pickup motor
E402 Document feeder belt clock pulse problem
E403 Document feeder main motor clock pulse problem
E411 Document feeder sensor problem
E500 Sorter/copier interface problem
E510 Sorter motor drive
E530 Sorter home sensor
E531 Stapler swing sensor
E540 Sorter lead cam home sensor
E541 Sorter lead cam home sensor
E710 DC controller board
E711 DC controller board
E712 Document feeder problem


Canon 6212 Code Description
C No problem. Means that the machine is correcting the fuser film tracking.
CC Drum must be changed. Could be the drum serial number is identified by the logic as being non-compatible to that particular copier.
E000 Low fuser temperature
E001 High fuser temperature
E002 High fuser temperature
E003 Erratic fuser temperature
E007 Fuser film off track and will not repair itself
E010 Main drive problem
E030 Counter problem
E064 Scan problem, or power supply
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens drive problem or lens sensor
E220 Exposure lamp stays on or off
E240 DC controller (main board) or composite power supply
E261 Zero cross problem. Power frequency or composite power supply
E400 Communication problem between boards
E803 24 volt problem
EO Fuser problem
H Fuser overheat


Canon 6230 Code Description
E000 Fuser did not heat up. Lamp, thermal switch, thermistors, connections, AC driver, DC controller, SSR, etc
E001 Fuser temperature too high. Same possibilities as E000, as well as shorted wire
E002 Fuser temperature not rising at correct pace. Same possibilities as E000
E003 Fuser temperature drops. Same as E003
E004 Fuser problem. AC driver, SSR bad, wire shorted
E010 Drive problem. Main motor, gears, etc
E030 Total counter
E064 Composite power board or DC controller
E065 Composite power board or DC controller
E202 Scan motor or scan sensor problem. Panel locked with no code. Scan motor problem
E203 Scan problem or scan sensor
E204 Scan problem or scan sensor
E210 Lens sensor or motor problem
E212 Lens sensor or motor problem
E220 Exposure lamp or exposure lamp regulator board
E224 Blanking shutter motor or sensor
E240 DC controller or composite power supply problem
E244 DC controller
E400 RDF to copier communication problem
E401 RDF Pickup motor or pick up sensor
E403 RDF feed motor or pulse sensor
E404 RDF delivery motion problem
E404 RDF delivery motor problem
E411 RDF tray sensor or registration sensor
E500 Sorter main board or communication with copier
E510 Sorter feed motor
E530 Sorter guide bar motor
E531 Sorter stapler motor
E540 Sorter bin shift motor
E541 Sorter bin motor
E550 Sorter power supply
E710 DC controller
E711 DC controller
E712 Document feeder IC failure
E716 DC controller. Sorter
E800 Auto power off function (DC controller)
E901 Pedistal motor
E902 Jogger side plate sensor or motor


Canon 6650 Code Description
E000 Thermistor
E001 SSR
E002 Thermistor, ht. Lamp thermal fuse or SSR
E003 Thermistor, ht. Lamp thermal fuse or SSR
E005 Fuser cleaning belt
E010 Main drive problem
E020 Toner motor, toner level sensor, toner hopper sensor
E030 Counter
E050 Duplex problem
E203 Scan home problem
E210 Lens home sensor
E401 Document feeder paper pickup motor
E402 Document feeder belt clock pulse problem
E403 Document feeder main motor clock pulse problem
E411 Document feeder sensor problem
E500 Sorter/copier interface problem
E500 An error is identified in the communication between the sorter and the copier
E510 The clock signal from the motor is absent for 250ms or more
E510 Sorter motor drive
E513 The clock signal from the motor is absent for 250 ms or more
E530 Sorter home sensor
E530 The home position sensor (P17) fails to go OFF when an equivalent of 2560 pulses of the motor drive command has been generated
E531 The stapler unit swing sensor (MS9) fails to go ON within 500 ms after the motor drive command has been generated. MS9 fails to go back OFF within 1000 ms after it has gone on
E531 Stapler swing sensor
E540 The lead cam home position sensor (P12) fails to go OFF within 2000 ms after the motor drive command has been generated. P12 fails to go back ON within 2000 ms after it has gone OFF
E540 Sorter lead cam home sensor
E541 Sorter lead cam home sensor
E710 DC controller board
E711 DC controller board
E712 Document feeder problem


Canon 7050 Code Description
E000 Heater (Reset by unplugging machine)
E001 Heater triac, DC controller, AC driver (reset by unplugging)
E005 Fuser cleaner belt at end. Replace
E010 Main motor, DC controller or DC driver board
E011 Any motor ( main, scan, cleaner belt, duplex, toner, lens) DC driver, DC controller, duplex driver board
E020 Toner out signal has been sent for at least 3 minutes
E050 Duplex
E203 Scan motor, DC driver, DC controller
E210 Lens home sensor not actuated or won't deactuate
E240 Controller board
E241 Controller board
E242 Controller board
E400 DC controller, Doc. Feeder board, 24V power supply
E500 DC controller, sorter board, 24V power supply


Canon 720, 740, 770, 790 Code Description
C No problem. Means that the machine is correcting the fuser film tracking
CC Drum must be changed. Could be the drum serial number is identified by the logic as being non-compatible to that particular copier
E000 Low fuser temperature
E001 High fuser temperature
E002 High fuser temperature
E003 Erratic fuser temperature
E007 Fuser film off track and will not repair itself
E010 Main drive problem
E030 Counter problem
E064 Scan problem, or power supply
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens drive problem or lens sensor
E220 Exposure lamp stays on or off
E240 DC controller (main board) or composite power supply
E261 Zero cross problem. Power frequency or composite power supply
E400 Communication problem between boards
E803 24 volt problem
E0 Fuser problem
H Fuser overheat


Canon 7550 Code Description
E000 Heater (Reset by unplugging machine)
E001 Heater triac, DC controller, AC driver (reset by unplugging)
E005 Fuser cleaner belt at end. Replace
E010 Main motor, DC controller or DC driver board
E011 Any motor ( main, scan, cleaner belt, duplex, toner, lens) DC driver, DC controller, duplex driver board
E020 Toner out signal has been sent for at least 3 minutes
E050 Duplex
E203 Scan motor, DC driver, DC controller
E210 Lens home sensor not actuated or won't deactuate
E240 Controller board
E241 Controller board
E242 Controller board
E400 DC controller, Doc. Feeder board, 24V power supply
E500 DC controller, sorter board, 24V power supply


Canon 8070, 8570 Code Description
E000 Fuser problem. Temperature too low. Heat lamp, thermal fuse or thermoswitch, thermistor, triac etc
E001 Fuser problem. Temperature too high. Probably triac
E005 Fuser web finished
E005 Fuser cleaner belt user up
E010 Drive
E010 Main drive problem
E011 Drive problem. Could be main motor, scan motor, cleaning web motor or duplex motor
E020 Toner empty sensor sees no toner added for 3 min probably toner feed problem
E050 Duplex problem
E203 Scan motor
E210 Lens home sensor or lens won't leave home
E240 DC controller board
E241 DC controller board
E242 DC controller board
E243 Operation panel board
E400 DC controller, ADF board or 24V
E500 DC controller, sorter board or 24V
E510 Finisher; feed motor, pulse sensor, finisher board
E520 Finisher; stack motor, stack tray sensor, finisher board
E530 Finisher; guide plate motor, stapler guide, finisher board
E531 Finisher; staple motor, staple sensor, finisher board


Canon 8530, 8580 Code Description
E000 The surface temperature of the fixing assembly upper roller fails to rise by a specified value within 90 sec after power-on. The surface temperature of the fixing assembly upper roller fails to reach 150C within 8 min after power on. The surface temperature of the fixing assembly upper roller fails to reach 180C within 5 min after it has reached 150C. The surface temperature of the fixing assembly upper roller falls below 50C in standby
E001 The surface temperature of the fixing assembly upper roller exceeds 250C
E005 The cleaning belt inside the fixing assembly has been taken up more than a specified length
E010 After generation of the main motor drive signal, two or more pulses are not received within 2 sec
E020 The accumulative time during which the toner supply signal (TSP) has been generated by the developing assembly reaches 3 min
E050 The holding tray home position signal (THP) is not generated within 4 sec while the holding tray motor drive signal (TMDP1,2) is being generated. The holding tray home position signal (THP) is generated 1 sec or more while the holding tray motor drive signal (TMDP1.2) is being generated
E13 The error detection circuit on the waste toner feed motor driver PCB has detected on overcurrent
E203 Input of two or more clock pulses is not received within 2 sec from the scanner motor drive signal is generated
E210 The lens home position signal (LHP) is not generated within 4.8 sec after the power switch or door switch has gone ON. The lens home position signal (LHP) is generate 2 sec or more
E240 An error has occurred in the microprocessor on the DC controller PCB
E243 An error has occurred in the communication between the microprocessor of the DC controller PCB and the microprocessor in the control panel
E710 An error has occurred in the communication between the DC controller PCB and the controller PCB of the option, and the DC controller has detected the error


Canon 9800 Code Description
E000 The surface temperature of the fixing assembly upper roller fails to rise by a specified value within 90 sec after power-on. The surface temperature of the fixing assembly upper roller fails to reach 150C within 8 min after power-on
E001 The surface temperature of the fixing assembly upper roller exceeds 250C
E005 The cleaning belt inside the fixing assembly has been taken up more than a specified length
E010 After generation of the main motor drive signal, two or more pulses are not received within 2 sec
E013 The error detection circuit on the waste toner feed motor driver PCB has detected an overcurrent
E020 The accumulative time during which the toner supply signal (TSP) has been generated by the developing assembly reaches 3 min*
E050 The holding tray home position signal (THP) is not generated within 4 sec while the holding tray motor drive signal (TMDP1, 2) is being generated. The holding tray home position signal (THP) is generated 1 sec or more while the holding tray motor drive signal (TMDP1, 2) is being generated
E203 Input of two or more clock pulses is not received within 2 sec from the scanner motor drive signal is generated
E210 The lens home position signal (LHP) is not generated within 4.8 sec after power switch or door switch has gone ON. The lens home position signal (LHP) is generate 2 sec or more
E240 An error has occurred in the microprocessor on the DC controller PCB
E243 An error has occurred in the microprocessor of the DC controller PCB and the microprocessor in the control panel
E710 An error has occurred in the communication between the DC controller PCB and the controller PCB of the option, and the DC controller has detected the error
E712 No communication is perceived from the RF controller PCB for 200 ms or more the communication is monitored at all times


Canon A-1 Code Description
E500 An error is identified in the communication between the sorter and copier
E510 The clock signal from the motor is absent for 250 ms or more
E513 The clock signal from the motor is absent for 250 ms or more
E530 The home position sensor (P17) fails to go OFF when an equivalent of 2560 pulses of the motor drive command has been generated
E531 The stapler unit swing sensor (MS9) fails to go ON within 500 ms after the motor drive command has been generated. MS9 fails to go back OFF within 1000 ms after it has gone ON
E540 The lead cam home position sensor (P12) fails to go OFF within 2000 ms after the motor drive command has been generated. P12 fails to go back ON within 2000 ms after it has gone OFF


Canon C-120 Code Description
C No problem. Means that the machine is correcting the fuser film tracking
CC Drum must be changed. Could be the drum serial number is identified by the logic as being non-compatible to that particular copier
E000 Low fuser temperature
E001 High fuser temperature
E002 High fuser temperature
E003 Erratic fuser temperature
E007 Fuser film off track and will not repair itself
E010 Main drive problem
E030 Counter problem
E064 Scan problem, or power supply
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens drive problem or lens sensor
E220 Exposure lamp stays on or off
E240 DC controller (main board) or composite power supply
E261 Zero cross problem. Power frequency or composite power supply
E400 Communication problem between boards
E803 24 volt problem
E0 Fuser problem
H Fuser overheat


Canon C-160 Code Description
E000 Fuser thermistor, heater, thermal fuse
E001 Fuser thermistor, or triac
E002 Fuser thermistor, thermal fuse or triac
E003 Fuser thermistor, heater, thermal fuse or triac
E004 Triac or fuser won't shut off
E007 Fuser film is off center or not driving properly
E010 Main motor drive problem
E030 Counter
E064 Composite power supply or main board
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens drive problem
E220 Exposure lamp
E240 Main board or composite power supply
E261 Composite power supply or fluctuating power
E400 ADF communication problem to machine
E402 ADF belt motor drive
E404 ADF exit motor
E411 ADF document detect, or registration sensor or edge sensor
E500 Sorter communication problem
E510 Sorter drive problem
E530 Stapler guide bar motor
E531 Stapler swing motor
E540 Bin shift motor
E541 Bin motor drive problem
E710 Main board
E711 Main board
E712 Main board or communication problem with ADF
E717 Main board, asst. board
U0 Initializing. Sets all user modes to factory default settings
U1 Auto clear timer. Range 1-9. Each digit=1 minute
U2 Automatic power shut off timer
U3 Fine adjustment of zoom
U4 Auto cassette switching
U5 Sort or non-sort default
U6 Cleans document feeder pickup assembly
U7 CLEAR "replace drum"
U9 Auto exposure or manual exposure as default


Canon C-180 Code Description
E000 Fuser problem. Low temperature. Lamp, thermal switch, AC driver
E001 Fuser problem. High temperature. Triac, AC driver, pinched wire
E004 Fuser problem
E0053 Sorter
E030 Counter
E202 Scan
E210 Lens
E221 Exposure lamp regulator board, thermal fuse, exposure lamp
E400 Automatic document feeder
E500 Sorter
E710 DC controller


Canon C200D Code Description
E000 Fuser thermistor, heater thermal fuse
E001 Fuser thermistor, or triac
E002 Fuser thermistor, thermal fuse or triac
E003 Fuser thermistor, heater, thermal fuse or triac
E004 Triac or fuser won't shut off
E007 Fuser film is off center or not driving properly. Might be able to reset in service mode 4-407
E010 Main motor drive problem
E030 Counter
E041 Paper deck motor, clutch or sensor
E064 Composite power supply or main motor board
E202 Scan problem. Motor sensor
E210 Lens drive problem
E220 Exposure lamp
E240 Main board or composite power supply
E260 Main board, power supply cooling fan or composite power supply
E261 Composite power supply or fluctuating power
E400 ADF communication to machine
E401 ADF pickup motor or sensor
E402 ADF belt motor drive
E403 ADF feed motor or slip sensor
E404 ADF exit motor
E411 ADF document detect, or registration sensor or edge sensor
E500 Sorter communication problem
E510 Sorter drive problem
E530 Stapler guide bar motor
E531 Stapler swing motor
E540 Bin shift motor
E541 Bin motor drive problem
E710 Main board (DC controller.)
E711 Main board (DC controller.)
E712 Main board or communication problem with ADF, or ADF main board
E717 Main board, assist board. "Replace drum": Drum waste toner is full, or drum has run 40,000 copies. Reset with user
E802 Composite power supply or DC controller
E901 Cassette feed unit board or cassette feed motor
E902 Horizontal registration problem. I think this refers to the duplex section
J1 Feed jam
J10 Duplex exit jam
J11 Vertical jam
J12 Vertical jam
J13 Vertical jam
J14 Vertical jam
J15 Deck jam
J2 Feed jam
J3 Separation area jam
J4 Separation area jam
J5 Exit jam
J6 Exit jam
J7 Sorter jam
J8 Door open jam
J9 Cassette jam
JA Cassette jam
Jb Cassette jam
JC Cassette jam
Jd Duplex feed jam
JE Duplex exit jam
JF Duplex registration jam


Canon NP Code Description
E000 Fuser thermistor, heater thermal fuse
E001 Fuser thermistor, or triac
E002 Fuser thermistor, thermal fuse or triac
E003 Fuser thermistor, heater, thermal fuse or triac
E004 Triac or fuser won't shut off
E007 Fuser film is off center or not driving properly. Might be able to reset in service mode 4-407
E010 Main motor drive problem
E030 Counter
E041 Paper deck motor, clutch or sensor
E064 Composite power supply or main motor board
E202 Scan problem. Motor sensor
E210 Lens drive problem
E220 Exposure lamp
E240 Main board or composite power supply
E260 Main board, power supply cooling fan or composite power supply
E261 Composite power supply or fluctuating power
E400 ADF communication to machine
E401 ADF pickup motor or sensor
E402 ADF belt motor drive
E403 ADF feed motor or slip sensor
E404 ADF exit motor
E411 ADF document detect, or registration sensor or edge sensor
E500 Sorter communication problem
E510 Sorter drive problem
E530 Stapler guide bar motor
E531 Stapler swing motor
E540 Bin shift motor
E541 Bin motor drive problem
E710 Main board (DC controller.)
E711 Main board (DC controller.)
E712 Main board or communication problem with ADF, or ADF main board
E717 Main board, assist board. "Replace drum": Drum waste toner is full, or drum has run 40,000 copies. Reset with user
E802 Composite power supply or DC controller
E901 Cassette feed unit board or cassette feed motor
E902 Horizontal registration problem. I think this refers to the duplex section
J1 Feed jam
J10 Duplex exit jam
J11 Vertical jam
J12 Vertical jam
J13 Vertical jam
J14 Vertical jam
J15 Deck jam
J2 Feed jam
J3 Separation area jam
J4 Separation area jam
J5 Exit jam
J6 Exit jam
J7 Sorter jam
J8 Door open jam
J9 Cassette jam
JA Cassette jam
Jb Cassette jam
JC Cassette jam
Jd Duplex feed jam
JE Duplex exit jam
JF Duplex registration jam


Canon PC Code Description
C No problem. Means that the machine is correcting the fuser film tracking
CC Drum must be changed. Could be the drum serial number is identified by the logic as being non-compatible to that particular copier
E000 Low fuser temperature
E001 High fuser temperature
E002 High fuser temperature
E003 Erratic fuser temperature
E007 Fuser film off track and will not repair itself
E010 Main drive problem
E030 Counter problem
E064 Scan problem, or power supply
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens drive problem or lens sensor
E220 Exposure lamp stays on or off
E240 DC controller (main board) or composite power supply
E261 Zero cross problem. Power frequency or composite power supply
E400 Communication problem between boards
E803 24 volt problem
EO Fuser problem
H Fuser overheat
E000 Fuser thermistor, heater, thermal fuse
E001 Fuser thermistor, or triac
E002 Fuser thermistor, thermal fuse or triac
E003 Fuser thermistor, heater, thermal fuse or triac
E004 Triac or fuser won't shut off
E007 Fuser film is off center or not driving properly
E010 Main motor drive problem
E030 Counter
E064 Composite power supply or main board
E202 Scan problem
E210 Lens drive problem
E220 Exposure lamp
E240 Main board or composite power supply
E261 Composite power supply or fluctuating power
E400 ADF communication problem to machine
E402 ADF belt motor drive
E404 ADF exit motor
E411 ADF document detect, or registration sensor or edge sensor
E500 Sorter communication problem
E510 Sorter drive problem
E530 Stapler guide bar motor
E531 Stapler swing motor
E540 Bin shift motor
E541 Bin motor drive problem
E710 Main board
E711 Main board
E712 Main board or communication problem with ADF
E717 Main board, asst. board
U0 Initializing. Sets all user modes to factory default settings
U1 Auto clear timer. Range 1-9. Each digit=1 minute
U2 Automatic power shut off timer
U3 Fine adjustment of zoom
U4 Auto cassette switching
U5 Sort or non-sort default
U6 Cleans document feeder pickup assembly
U7 CLEAR "replace drum"
U9 Auto exposure or manual exposure as default
EO Heater problem
E1 The heater film has gone off center. Turn machine off & on, make sure it's level etc
E2 Scan problme
E6 Exposure lamp or exposure lamp sensor
E000 Fuser problem
E001 Fuser problem
E010 Drive
E210 Zoom/lens/motor problem
E00 Heater, thermoswitch, exit sensor (Reset by jumping CP102 pins 1 & 2, or leave machine off for 20 seconds
E001 Shorted thermistor or high-temperature, Exit sensor
E010 Clock Pulse
E210 Zoom Lens Problem


Canon PC6 Code Description
E000 Fuser problem
E001 Fuser problem
E010 Drive
E210 Zoom/lens/motor problem


Canon PC7 Code Description
E00 Heater, thermoswitch, exit sensor (Reset by jumping CP102 pins 1 & 2, or leave machine off for 20 seconds
E001 Shorted thermistor or high-temperature, Exit sensor
E010 Clock Pulse
E210 Zoom Lens Problem


Canon IR1600 Code Description
E000 The main thermistor reading does not reach 40oC 14 sec after the fixing heater goes ON (fixing low temperature error)
E001 The main thermistor reading reaches 220°C or higher (fixing high temperature error)
E002 A start-up fault is detected under any of the following conditions of the main thermistor (start-up detection fault):
after exceeding 40°C, it fails to reach 60°C within 10 sec.
after exceeding 60°C, it fails to reach 80°C within 10 sec.
. . .
after exceeding 180°C, it fails to reach 195°C within 10 sec.
E003 After the end of the WAIT period, the main thermistor reading is 100°C or lower. In standby, the sub thermistor reading is 50°C or lower. (low temperature error in fixing temperature control)
E004 At time of initialization, the ZEROXI* signal of the power supply is not detected.
During temperature control, the ZEROXI* signal does not arrive for 3 sec continuously.
A short circuit is detected in the triac (ASIC; fixing temperature control drive circuit error).
Possible cause: Fixing assembly is faulty. (The main thermistor has an open circuit. The sub thermistor has an open circuit. The fixing heater has an open circuit. The power supply PCB is faulty. The DC controller PCB is faulty.)
Note: If E000 through E004 is indicated, the RAM on the image processor will retain the error memory of the fixing assembly after the power switch has been turned off an then on. Execute the following in service mode, and turn off and then on the power switch to clear the memory:
#7 PRINTER - #4 PRINTER RESET - YES=(*)
E010 A specific revolution is not detected from the main motor rotation detection signal (MLOK*), causing the signal to go ‘1’ (main motor fault)
Possible cause: The main motor (M101) is faulty. The controller PCB is faulty.
E100 When the scanner motor is started up, the BD input signal does not arrive within a specific period of time.
When the scanner motor is started up, the motor rotation is too fast, and fails to reach a specific revolution within 20 sec at time of deceleration.
While the scanner motor is rotating at a specific speed, the BD input signal cycle is not within a specific range (±2%) for an equivalent of 10 mm (print distance).
While the scanner motor is rotating at a specific speed, the BD input signal cycle is not as indicated (±2%).
During the WMUPR period after the power switch has been turned on or the front cover/left cover has been opened/closed, the drum unit is absent.
Possible cause: The wiring is faulty (short circuit, open circuit). The laser scanner unit is faulty. The DC controller PCB is faulty. The drum unit is not installed.
E719 The communication between the card reader and the image processor PCB is disrupted.
Possible cause: The wiring is faulty (short circuit, open circuit). The card reader is faulty. The image processor PCB is faulty.
Note: If E719 is indicated, the fault in communication is retained by the RAM on the image processor even when the power switch has been turned off and then on; be sure to execute #12 CLEAR - CARD in service mode before making corrections.
E805 After the heat discharge fan drive signal is generated, the fan lock detection signal does not arrive for a specific period of time.
Possible cause: The fan wiring is faulty (short circuit, open circuit). The heat discharge fan (FM101) is fautly. The DC controller PCB is faulty.
Finisher Error Codes
E500 An error has occurred in the communication between the machine and the finisher twice continuously.
Possible cause: The harness to the finisher is faulty (disconnected connector, open circuit). The finisher controller PCB or the DC controller PCB is faulty.
E514 The stack delivery belt does not reach home position when the stack handling motor (M2) is driven for a specific time (CW; if the same condition occurs during stack delivery, a jam will be identified).
Possible cause: The stack handling motor (M2) is faulty. The stack delivery home position sensor (SCool is faulty. The connector is disconnected or has an operation circuit. The stack handling motor relay harness is faulty. The stack delivery belt is faulty. The finisher controller PCB is faulty.
E530 The rear aligning plate does not reach home position when the rear alignment motor (M4) has been driven for a specific time.
The rear aligning plate does not reach home position when the rear alignment motor (M4) has been driven for a specific time.
Possible cause: The rear alignment motor (M4) is faulty. The rear aligning plate home position sensor (S7) is faulty. The sensor connector is disconnected or has an open circuit. The rear alignment motor relay harness is faulty. The rear aligning plate is subjected to an abnormal load. The finisher controller PCB is faulty.
E531 The stapler does not leave the stapling home position sensor (S13) within 0.5 sec after the stapler motor (M6) is rotated CW.
The stapler does to return to the home position sensor (S13) within 0.5 sec after the stapler motor (M6) is driven CW and, in addition, it does not return to the sensor within 0.5 sec after the motor is driven CCW thereafter.
Possible cause: The stapler motor (M6) is faulty. The stapler home position sensor (SW1) is faulty. The stapler harness is faulty. The finisher controller PCB is faulty.
E537 The front aligning plate does not reach home position when the front aligning motor (M3) is driven for a specific time.
The front aligning plate does not leave home position when the front alignment motor (M3) is driven for a specific time.
Possible cause: The front alignment motor (M3) is faulty. The front aligning plate home position sensor (S6) is faulty. The sensor connector is disconnected or has an open circuit. The front alignment motor relay harness if faulty. The front aligning plate is subjected to an abnormal load. The finisher controller PCB is faulty.
E551 The delivery fan rotation signal (FNALCOK) does not arrive within 1 sec when the heat discharge fan drive signal (FANON) is sent.
Possible cause: The heat discharge fan (FM1) is faulty. The heat discharge fan relay harness is faulty. The heat discharge fan is subjected to an abnormal load. The finisher controller PCB is faulty.
E577 The return roller does not reach home position when the delivery motor (M1) is driven for a specific time. (If the same condition is detected while alignment takes place in the direction of feed, a jam will be identified)
Possible cause: The delivery motor (M1) on the finisher controller PCB is faulty. The return roller home position sensor (S3) is faulty. The connector is discontented or has an open circuit. The delivery motor relay harness is faulty. The return roller is faulty. The finisher controller PCB is faulty.
E580 The stack tray upper limit sensor (S1) goes ON while the stack tray up/down motor (M5) is in operation.
The clock signal of the stack tray up/down clock sensor (S9) is not detected 15 times or more within 0.8 sec while the stack tray up/down motor (M5) is in operation.
It does not reach the stack tray paper height sensor (S10) 2 sec after the stack tray up/down motor (M5) rotates for ascent.
It does not leave the stack tray power height sensor (S10) 2 sec after the stack tray up/down motor (M5) starts to rotate for descent.
Possible cause: The stack tray up/down motor (M5) is faulty. The stack tray paper height sensor (S10) is faulty. The sensor connector is disconnected or has an open circuit. The stack tray up/down clock sensor (SW9) is faulty. The sensor connector is disconnected or has an open circuit. The stack tray up/down motor is subjected to an abnormal load. The finisher controller PCB is faulty.
E585 The stack retaining lever does not reach home position when the stack handling motor (M2) has been driven for a specific time (at the start of motor CCW rotation). (If the same condition is detected during stack delivery, a jam will be identified)
Possible cause: The stack handling motor (M2) is faulty. The stack delivery lever home position sensor (SCool is faulty. The sensor connector is disconnected or has an open circuit. The stack handling motor relay harness is faulty. The stack retaining lever is faulty. The finisher controller PCB is faulty.



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опубликовано 04.09.2002, дополнено 22.02.2005
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08/11/2008 10:23PM
de antemano gracias por compartir su informacion,es realmente necesaria
09/1/2009 06:06PM
Igualmente Gracias por la informacion
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