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Code Cause Remedy
E000 The heater fails to heat.
After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0000 After power-on, the reading of the main thermistor does not increase to 70 deg C or higher within 20 sec. Replace the main/shutter thermistor.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0010 The power has been turned off and then on without resetting the error. Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
E001 There is an abnormal rise in temperature.
After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0001 There is an error or an open circuit in the main thermistor, shutter thermistor, or sub thermistor. Check the connector of each thermistor for any fault in connection and wiring.
Replace the thermistor in question.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0002 The reading of the main thermistor, shutter thermistor, or sub thermistor is 230 deg C or higher for 2 sec. Replace the thermistor in question.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0003 The reading is not 150 deg C or higher or 210 deg C or lower within 30 sec. Cheak the connecting of the main/ sub/ shutter thermistors.
Check the mounting of the main/ sub/ shutter thermistors.
Exchange the main/ sub/ shutter thermistors.
Exchange the DC controller PCB.
0010 The power has been turned off and then back on without resetting the error. Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
E002 There is an abnormal rise in temperature.
After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0000 The reading of the main thermistor is not 100 deg C 12 sec after it has exceeded 70 deg C. Check the connector of the main/shutter thermistor for any fault in connection and wiring.
Check the main/shutter thermistor for mounting condition.
Replace the main/shutter thermistor.
Replace the fixing heater unit.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0001 The reading of the main thermistor is not 150 deg C 15 sec after it has - Replace the DC controller PCB. exceeded 100 deg C.
0010 The power has been turned off and then back on without resetting the error. Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
E003 There is an abnormal rise in temperature.
After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0000 The reading of the main thermistor is lower than 70 deg C for 2 sec or more after it has exceeded 100 deg C. Check the connector of the main/shutter thermistor for any fault in connection and wiring.
Check the main/shutter thermistor for mounting condition.
Replace the main/shutter thermistor.
Replace the fixing heater unit.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0010 The power has been turned off and then back on without resetting the error. Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
E004 The IH power supply is faulty/the IH control mechanism is faulty.
After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0010 The power has been turned off and then back on without resetting the error. Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0101 There is a mismatch between the input voltage and the IH power supply ID. Replace the fixing heater power supply with one designed for the country of installation (voltage).
0102 The IH current is faulty. (current leakage) Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the fixing heater power supply.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0103 The IH current is faulty. (no current)
0104 There is an IH over-current.
0105 The IH input voltage is too high.
0106 The IH input voltage is too low.
0201 At power-on (or, when IH is at reset), the IH control mechanism is not in an initial state.
0202 At IH start-up, the IH control enable flag is not set within 1 sec after the start flag is set.
0203 With IH at rest, the IH control flag is not released.
0204 The 12-V power supply (IH relay) is identified as being off.
0205 At IH start-up, the PWM/ON data is faulty ('0' or 'FFFF') Replace the DC controller PCB.
E005 There is no fixing web/there is an error in the detection of web solenoid connection.
0000 The absence of the fixing web has been detected for 5 sec or more. Replace the fixing web.
Replace the fixing web length sensor.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the fixing web counter reading. (COPIER>COUNTER>MISC>FIX-WEB)
0001 At power-on, the connection of the web solenoid is not detected. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the solenoid.
0010 The power has been turned off and then back on without resetting the error. Reset the fixing web counter. (COPIER>COUNTER>MISC>FIX-WEB)
E010 There is a feed motor error.
0000 The FG signal of the feed motor does not arrive for 2 sec or more even when the feed motor has been turned on. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the motor.
E012 There is a drum motor error.
0000 The FG signal of the drum motor does snot arrive for 2 sec or more even when the drum motor has been turned on. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the motor.
E013 The waste toner pipe is clogged.
0000 The waste toner pipe is identified as being clogged for 4 sec or more. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the waste toner feedscrew lock detecting switch.
Replace the waste toner feed unit.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0010 The power has been turned off and then back on without resetting the error.  
E014 There is a fixing motor error.
0000 The Phase lock signal of the fixing motor does not arrive for 2 sec even when the fixing motor has been turned on. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the motor.
E020 There is no toner in the developing assembly; there is an error in the detection of developing toner sensor connection; there is an error in the detection of hopper toner sensor connection
0000 The presence of toner is detected inside the sub hopper and, in addition, the absence of toner is detected inside developing assembly for 120 sec continuously even when operation has been under way for the supply of toner to the developing assembly. Check the connector of the developing toner sensor for any fault in connection.
Replace the developing toner sensor.
Replace the hopper toner sensor.
0001 At power-on, the connection of the developing assembly toner sensor is not detected. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the sensor.
0002 At power-on, the connection of the developing hopper toner sensor is not detected.
E025 There is a toner feed motor over-current detection error, there is a toner bottle motor connection detection error.
0001 An over-current has been detected in the toner feed motor. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the motor.
0002 An over-current has been detected in the toner bottle motor.
0003 At power-on, the connection of the toner bottle motor is not detected.
E032 The NE controller counter has malfunctioned.
0001 An open circuit has been detected for the count pulse signal. Turn off the main power, and check for an open circuit in the cable; then, turn the main power back on.
E061 There is a potential control error/there is an APC error.
0001 As a result of potential control, the drum surface potential (VL2) of the background is 200 V or higher (i.e., causing a solid black image). Replace the potential sensor unit.
Replace the laser scanner unit.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0002 The primary charging output used at time of printer output and the drum surface potential after laser output is identified as being 200 V or more (i.e., causing a solid black image).
E100 There is a BD error.
0001 A check is made of VLOCK at intervals of 100 msec while the laser is on. An error will be identified if it is not detected 10 times in sequence. Replace the laser scanner unit.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
E102 There is a laser verify error.
0001 The machine model ID that has been read from the laser scanner EEPROM is not correct.  
E110 There is a polygon motor error.
0001 - Although the polygon motor has been turned on, VLOCK is not detected at all within 76.5 sec.
- At time of a shift from full-speed to half-speed control, VLOCK is not detected at all for 7.5 sec.
- At time of half-speed control, a check is made of VLOCK at intervals of 100 msec. An error will be identified if it is not detected 10 times continuously.
Replace the laser scanner unit.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
E121 There is a controller cooling fan error.
0001 Even though the controller cooling fan has been turned on, the controller cooling fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the fan.
E193 There is a gate array error.
0001 The add-on through setting of the IMGI cannot correctly be done (it is not correctly set 10 continuous times)  
E196 The EEPROM is faulty.
1abb There is a mismatch between the data that has been written in EEPROM and the data that has been read. (a: chip No. 0 through 5; bb: chip faulty address) Initialize the RAM.
Replace the EEPROM.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
2abb The ID in EEPROM that has been read and the ID in ROM are compared. An error will be identified if they do not match. (a: chip No. 0 through 5; bb: chip faulty address)
3abb When the main power is turned on, the ID in EEPROM and the ID in ROM are compared. An error will be identified if they do not match. (a: chip No. 0 through 5; bb: chip faulty address) Check the position and condition of the EEPROM.
Initialize the RAM.
Replace the EEPROM.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
E197 There is an error in communication between the DC controller PCB and the video PCB/an error in communication of the DC controller PCB.
0000 An error in the communication between the DC controller PCB and the video PCB has occurred.  
0001 An error in the communication with the laser driver module of the DC controller PCB has occurred.  
E225 Error in CIS Unit (DADF)
1010 - The error is cleared by turning off/on the power switch. This triggers function-restricted mode.
- CIS unit suspends its functions; only CCD unit performs duplexing reading.
- Functions will be automatically restored by replacing CIS unit.
 
E240 The communication between the main controller PCB and the DC controller PCB is faulty.
0000 There is an error in the communication between the main controller PCB and the CPU of the DC controller PCB. Check the connector for any fault in connection.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
Replace the main controller PCB.
E315 There is a fault in the image data.
0007 There is a JIBIG encode error. Turn off and then back on the power.
000d There is a JBIG decode error.
0200 CRC error detected in OpenI/F (image transfer from the external controller); retried but failed to restore. Replace the external controller connection PCB
0300 Cubic timeout Turn off/on the power switch. Replace the PCB for frequent error occurrence.
0400 Shift device A timeout
0401 Shift device B timeout
E503 There is an error in the finisher internal communication (finisher).
0002 There is an error in the communication between the finisher and the saddle unit. Check the connection between the saddle stitcher controller PCB and the finisher controller PCB.
0003 There is an error in the communication between the finisher and the punch unit. Check the communication between the saddle stitcher controller PCB and the finisher controller PCB.
E505 There is a finisher backup memory error (finisher).
0001 An error has occurred in the data stored in the backup memory. Turn off the main power; check the DC controller PCB and the finisher controller PCB for wiring; check the 24-V system fuse; then, turn the main power back on.
0002 There is an error in the punch unit EEPROM data. Turn off the main power; check the DC controller PCB and the puncher controller PCB for wiring; then, check the 24-V system fuse; then, turn the main power back on.
E514 There is a trailing edge assist motor error (finisher).
8001 The home position sensor does not go off even when the trailing edge assist motor has rotated for a specific period of time. 1. Check the trailing edge assist home position sensor. Is the sensor normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the trailing edge assist motor. Is it normal?
3. Check the trailing edge assist mechanism. Is there a fault?
4. Try replacing the trailing edge assist motor. Is the problem corrected?
8002 The home position sensor does not go on even when the trailing edge assist motor has rotated for a specific period of time.
E519 There is a gear change motor error (finisher).
8001 The home position sensor does not go off even when the gear change motor has rotated for a specific period of time. 1. Check the gear change home position sensor. Is the sensor normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the change motor. Is it normal?
3. Check the gear change mechanism. Is there a fault?
4. Try changing the gear change motor. Is the problem corrected?
0002 The home position sensor does not go on even when the gear change motor has rotated for a specific period of time.
E530 There is a front alignment error. (finisher)
8001 The home position sensor does not go off even when the front alignment motor has rotated for a specific period of time. 1. Check the aligning plate home position sensor. Is it normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the aligning plate front motor. Is it normal?
3. Is there any mechanical obstacle in the path in which the aligning plate moves?
4. Try replacing the aligning plate front motor. Is the problem corrected?
8002 The home position sensor does not go on even when the front alignment motor has rotated for a specific period of time.
E531 There is a stapling error. (finisher)
0001 The home position sensor does not go off even when the stapler motor has rotated for a specific period of time. 1. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the stapler. Is it normal?
2. Try replacing the stapler. Is the problem corrected?
0002 The home position sensor does not go on even when the stapler motor has rotated for a specific period time.
E532 There is a stapler shift error. (finisher)
8001 The home position sensor does not go off even when the stapler shift motor has rotated for a specific period of time. 1. Check the stapler shift home position sensor. Is the sensor normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the stapler shift motor. Is it normal?
3. Is there any mechanical obstacle in the path of the stapler shift base?
4. Try replacing the stapler shift motor. Is the problem corrected?
8002 The home position sensor does not go on even when the stapler shift motor has rotated for a specific period of time.
E535 There is a swing error. (finisher)
8001 The home position sensor does not go off even when the swing motor has rotated for a specific period of time. 1. Check the swing home position sensor. Is it normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the swing motor. Is it normal?
3. Is there a fault in the swing mechanism?
4. Try replacing the swing motor. Is the problem corrected?
8002 The home position sensor does not go on even when the swing motor has rotated for a specific period of time.
E537 There is a rear alignment error. (finisher)
8001 The home position sensor does not go off even when the swing motor has rotated for a specific period of time. 1. Check the aligning plate rear home position sensor. Is it normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the aligning plate rear motor. Is it normal?
3. Is there a mechanical obstacle in the path of the aligning plate?
4. Try replacing the aligning plate rear motor. Is the problem corrected?
8002 The home position sensor does not go on even when the swing motor has rotated for a specific period of time.
E540 There is an upper tray ascent/decent error. (finisher)
8001 - If the tray does not return to home position when the tray 1 shift motor is driven for 20 seconds.
- If the tray does not move to other area when tray 1 shift motor is driven for 4 seconds.
1. Check the No. 1 tray area sensors 1 through 3. Are they normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the No. 1 tray shift motor. Is it normal?
3. Is there a fault in the tray ascent/descent mechanism?
4. Try replacing the No. 1 tray shift motor. Is the problem corrected?
8002 - The dangerous area is reached before the tray 1 paper surface sensor detects paper surface during the paper surface detection operation.
- A discontinuous area is detected during tray operation.
8003 The tray 1 closing detect switch is activated while the tray 1 is operating.
8004 Clock signal input cannot be detected when the tray 1 shift motor has been driven for 0.2 second.
8005 The lock detection signal turns OFF 150 ms after the lock detection signal turned ON.
8006 The lock detection signal does not turn ON when the tray 1 shift motor has been driven for 1 second.
8007 The lock detection signal does not turn OFF when the tray 1 shift motor is at a stop.
E542 There is a lower tray ascent/descent error. (finisher)
8001 There is a fault in the lower tray ascent/descent motor clock signal. 1. Check the No. 2 tray area sensors 1 through 3. Are the sensors normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the No. 2 tray shift motor. Is it normal?
3. Is there a fault in the tray ascent/descent mechanism?
4. Try replacing the No. 2 tray shift motor. Is the problem corrected?
8002 There is an area error.
0003 The safety switch has activated.
E584 There is a shutter unit error. (finisher)
8001 The shutter open sensor fails to go off. (The shutter does not close.) 1. Check the shutter home position sensor. Is it normal?
2. Check the wiring between the finisher controller PCB and the stack feeding motor and between the finisher controller PCB and the shutter open/close clutch. Is it normal?
3. Is there a fault in the shutter mechanism?
4. Try replacing the stack edging motor and the shutter open/close clutch. Is the problem corrected?
0002 The shutter open sensor does not go on. (The shutter does not open.)
E590 There is a punch motor error. (punch unit)
8001 The punch home position sensor is not detected even when the punch motor has been driven for 200 msec. Check the punch home position sensor, horizontal registration motor, and punch driver PCB; thereafter, turn off and then back on the main power.
8002 The puncher does not detect the punch home position sensor while the motor is at rest at time of punch motor initialization.
E591 There is a punch dust sensor error. (punch unit)
8001 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the presence of light. Turn off and then back on the main power.
8002 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the absence of light.
E592 There is a punch horizontal registration sensor error. (punch unit)
8001 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the presence of light. (trailing edge sensor) Turn off and then back on the main power.
8002 The incoming light is faulty in the absence of light and voltage. (trailing edge sensor)
8003 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the presence of light. (horizontal registration sensor 1)
8004 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the absence of light. (horizontal registration sensor 1)
8005 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the presence of light. (horizontal registration sensor 2)
8006 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the absence of light. (horizontal registration sensor 2)
8007 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the presence of light. (horizontal registration sensor 3)
8008 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the absence of light. (horizontal registration sensor 3)
8009 The incoming light voltage is faulty in the presence of light. (horizontal registration sensor 4)
800A The incoming light voltage is faulty in the absence of light. (horizontal registration sensor 4)
E593 There is a punch shift motor error. (punch unit)
8001 In the presence of light, the incoming light voltage HP sensor does not go off. Turn off and then back on the main power.
8002 In the absence of light, the incoming light voltage HP sensor does not go on.
E5F0 There is a saddle paper positioning error.
0001 The paper positioning plate home position sensor does not go on even when the paper positioning plate motor has been driven for 1.33 sec. paper positioning plate motor (M4S), paper positioning plate home position sensor (PI7S) Check the paper positioning plate motor (M4S) and the paper positioning plate home position sensor (PI7S).
0002 The paper positioning plate home position sensor does not go off even when the paper positioning plate motor has been driven for 1 sec. paper positioning plate motor (M4S), paper positioning plate home position sensor (PI7S)
E5F1 There is a saddle paper folding error
0001 The number of detection pulses of the paper folding motor clock sensor is lower than a specific value. Paper folding motor (M2S), paper folding motor clock sensor (PI4S) Check the paper folding motor (M2S) and the paper folding motor clock sensor (PI4S).
0002 The state of the paper folding home position sensor does not change even when the paper folding motor has been driven for 3 sec. paper folding motor (M2S), paper folding motor clock sensor (PI4S)
E5F2 There is a saddle guide error.
0001 The guide home position sensor does not go on even when the guide motor has been driven for 0.455 sec. guide motor (M3S), guide home position sensor (PI13S) Check the guide motor (M3S) and the guide home position sensor (PI13S).
0002 The guide home position sensor does not go off even when the guide motor has been driven for 1 sec. guide motor (M3S), guide home position sensor (PI13S)
E5F3 There is a saddle alignment error.
0001 The aligning plate home position sensor does not go on even when the aligning motor has been driven for 0.5 sec. (if at time of initialization, 1.67 sec) alignment motor (M5S), aligning plate home position sensor (PI5S) Check the alignment motor (M5S) and the aligning plate home position sensor (PI5S).
0002 The aligning plate home position sensor does not go off even when the aligning motor has been driven for 1 sec. alignment motor (M5S), aligning plate home position sensor (PI5S)
E5F4 There is a saddle rear stapler error.
0001 The stitching home position sensor does not go on even when the stitching motor (rear) has been driven in reverse for 0.5 sec or more. Stitching motor (rear, M6S), stitching home position sensor (rear, MS5S) Check the stitching motor (rear, M6S) and the stitching home position sensor (rear, MS5S).
0002 The stitching home position sensor does not go off even when the stitching motor (rear) has been driven in normal direction for 0.5 sec or more. Stitching motor (rear, M6S), stitching home position sensor (rear, MS5S)
E5F5 There is a saddle front stapling error.
0001 The stitching home position sensor does not go on even when the stitching motor (front) has been driven in reverse for 0.5 sec or more. Stitching motor (front, M7S), stitching home position sensor (front, MS7S) Check the stitching motor (front, M7S) and the stitching home position sensor (front, MS7S).
0002 The stitching home position sensor does not go off even when the stitching motor (front) has been driven in normal direction for 0.5 sec or more. Stitching motor (front, M7S), stitching home position sensor (front, MS7S)
E5F6 There is a saddle butting error.
8001 The paper pushing plate home position sensor does not go on even when the paper pushing plate motor has been driven for 0.3 sec or more. Paper pushing plate motor (M8S), paper pushing plate home position sensor (PI14S) Check the paper pushing plate motor (M8S) and the paper pushing plate home position sensor (PI14S).
8002 The paper pushing plate home position sensor does not go off even when the paper pushing plate motor has been driven for 80 msec. paper pushing plate motor (M8S), paper pushing plate home position sensor (PI14S)
8003 The number of detection pulses of the paper pushing plate motor clock sensor is lower than a specific value. Paper pushing plate motor (M8S), paper pushing plate motor clock sensor (PI1S) Check the paper pushing plate motor (M8S) and the paper pushing plate motor clock sensor (PI1S).
8004 The paper pushing plate leading edge sensor does not go off even when the paper pushing plate motor has been driven for 80 msec. paper pushing plate motor (M8S), paper pushing plate leading edge position sensor (PI15S) Check the paper pushing plate motor (M8S) and the paper pushing plate leading edge position sensor (PI15S).
8005 The paper pushing plate leading edge position sensor does not go on even when the paper pushing plate has been driven for 0.3 sec or more. Paper pushing plate motor (M8S), paper pushing plate leading edge position sensor (PI15S)
E5F9 There is a saddle switch error.
0001 With any of the sensor identifying its respective cover as being closed, the inlet cover switch is identified as being open for 1 sec from the start of initial rotation or printing:
- inlet cover sensor (PI9S)
- front cover open/closed sensor (PI2S)
- delivery cover sensor (PI3S)
Or, the front cover switch (MS2S) or the delivery cover switch (MS3S) is open.
Inlet cover switch (MS1S), front cover switch (MS2S), delivery cover switch (MS3S)
Check the inlet cover switch (MS1S), front cover switch (MS2S), and the delivery cover switch (MS3S).
0002 With any of the following sensors identifying its respective cover as being closed, the front cover switch is identified as being open for 1 sec or more after the start of initial rotation or printing.
- inlet cover sensor (PI9S)
- front cover open/closed sensor (PI2S)
- delivery cover sensor (PI3S)
- front cover switch (MS2S), delivery cover switch (MS3S)
Check the front cover switch (MS2S) and the delivery cover switch (MS3S).
0003 With any of the following sensors identifying its respective cover as being closed, the delivery cover switch is identified as being open for 1 sec or more from the start of initial rotation or printing:
- inlet cover sensor (PI9S)
- front cover open/closed sensor (PI2S)
- delivery cover sensor (PI3S)
- delivery cover switch (MS3S)
Check the delivery cover switch (MS3S).
E602 Error in hard disk or HDD encryption board
0001 The HDD is not recognized. At start-up, the start-up partition (BOOTDEV) is not found. 1. Turn off the power, and check the HDD cable for disconnection; then, turn the power back on.
2. Turn on the power, and put your ear or finger against the HDD to see if the disk inside it is rotating.
3. Replace the HDD.
4. Replace the main controller PCB.
0002 The system software for the main CPU is absent. 1. Start up in safe mode, and execute full formatting using the SST; then, re-install the system software, and turn off and then on the power.
2. Replace the HDD.
0003 An interrupt has been detected during writing to BootDevice. 1. Turn off the power, and turn it back on while holding down the 1 and 9 keys. See that the auto write interrupt sector repair routine starts and the control panel goes black.
2. See the progress of operation on the display (at the start, the upper left cursor will flash). When the display goes white, turn off and then back on the power.
3. Start in safe mode, and execute full formatting using the SST. Then, re-install the system software, and turn off and then back on the power.
0006 Error in sub CPU system undetected. 1. Start up in safe mode, and execute full formatting using the SST; then, re-install the system software, and turn off and then on the power.
2. Replace the HDD.
0007 Error in ICC Profile undetected. 1. Start up in safe mode, and execute full formatting using the SST; then, re-install the system software, and turn off and then on the power.
2. Replace the HDD.
2000 Error in the authentication between the host machine and the encryption board. Check the encryption board connection, plug off/in the connector and turn off/on the power switch.
Perform the key-clear.
2001 Error in alignment of the encryption board operation. Perform the key-clear.
2002 The encryption board failure, etc. Check the encryption board connection, plug off/in the connector and turn off/on the power switch.
Perform the key-clear.
Replace the encryption board and reinstall the HDD format and SYSTEM of SST
Replace LAN-BARSAC board -> replace the main board
Остальные подкоды ошибки E602 лучше смотреть в сервисной документации - свести их в одну таблицу не представляется возможным.
E604 The image memory is faulty or inadequate.
0000 The memory is inadequate for the model. Add memory.
E609 The hard disk is faulty.
0008 At time of start-up, the HDD fails to reach a specific temperature within a specific period of time. Replace the hard disk.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
0009 At time of a sleep shift, the temperature is below a specific level.
E610 The HDD encryption key is faulty. (hardware composition error, initialization error, ID key error, ID processing error)
0001 There is no encryption board. Check the hardware composition.
0002 The memory configuration is inadequate for the use of encryption.
0101 The attempt to initialize the memory used for storage of the key has failed. Turn off and then on the main power.
0102 The attempt to initialize the encryption processing area has failed.
0201 There is an error in the encryption processing area.
0202 There is an error in the encryption processing area.
0301 The attempt to create an ID key has failed.
0302 A fault has been detected in the encryption key. Turn off and then on the main power.
This error will reset all content on the HDD.
0303 A fault has been detected in the encryption key.
0401 An error has been detected at time of coding. Turn off and then on the main power.
0402 An error has been detected at time of decoding.
0501 Error in the document management information on /FSTDEV
E611 Retried reboot due to SRAM crash and the like during the shutdown recovery job execution
0000 SRAM data were broken and the stored job information cannot be read; this causes the repeated reboot trials to recover the power shutdown, and thus the redundant job transmission. This phenomenon triggers E code. Clear SRAM to cancel the shutdown recovery job.
E612 Error in postponement
0000 Other errors.
Unlikely errors except the errors shown below.
Write the correct license and new serial numbers and turn off/on the power switch.
0001 Error in the license checksum.
Unmatched license checksum
0002 Error in the machine code.
Different machines are specified by the old and new machine codes, respectively.
0003 Error in the new serial number.
No data is entered in the new serial number field
0004 Error in old serial numbers.
The license serial number is unmatched with SoftID
0005 Error in postponement.
The license is written although postponement has already been performed once.
Turn off and then on the main power.
E674 There is a fault in the communication between the fax controller PCB (2-line) and the main controller PCB.
0001 An attempt to set fax device mode has failed. Check the connection of the cable between the fax controller PCB (2-line) and the main controller PCB.
Replace the ROM DIMM of the fax controller PCB (2-line).
Replace the fax controller PCB (2-line).
Replace the main controller PCB.
E710 There is a fault in IPC initialization.
0001 At time of power-on, the communications IC on the main controller PCB does not become ready within 3 sec after start-up. Check the connection of the cable.
0002 At power-on, the machine communication IC has detected an error.
E711 There is a fault in the IPC communication.
0001 After power-on, the occurrence of an error has been written 4 times in 1.5 sec to the error register of the communications IC on the main controller PCB. Check the connection of the cable.
0002 After power-on, the machine communication IC has detected an error.
E713 There is a sorter IPC error.
0000 An error has been detected in the sorter communication IC. Check the connection of the cable.
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
E717 There is a fault in the communication with the NE controller.
After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0001 An error has occurred at time of NE controller start-up.
The NE controller that was connected before power-off is not connected at power-on.
Check the connection of the cable.
0002 There is an IP error while the NE controller is in operation.
The IPC may have an open circuit or the IPC communication cannot be recovered.
E719 There is a fault in the coin vendor.
After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0001 An error has occurred at time of coin vendor start-up.
The coin vendor was connected before power-off, but is not connected at power-on.
Check the connector of the cable.
0002 An IPC error has occurred while the coin vendor is in operation.
The IPC may have an open circuit, or the IPC communication cannot be recovered.
The pickup/delivery signal line has an open circuit.
An illegal connection has been detected.
0003 While a unit price is being obtained at start-up, an error has occurred in the communication with the coin vendor.
0011 An error has occurred at card reader start-up.
The card reader that was connected before power-off is not connected at power-on.
0012 An IPC error has occurred while the card reader is in operation.
The IPC may have an open circuit, or the IPC communication cannot be recovered.
E730 There is a fault in the PDL software.
1001 There is an initialization error. Execute PDL resetting.
Turn off and then on the main power.
100A An error has occurred that can be fatal to the system (e.g., initialization error).
9004 There is a fault in the PAI communication with an outside controller. Turn off and then back on the main power.
Check the open I/F board and cable connection.
Replace the external controller open I/F board.
Replace the main controller PCB.
9005 There is a fault in video connection with an external controller.
A006 Absence of PDL response: there is no PDL response because of a fault in or the absence of Subbootable. Execute PDL resetting.
Turn off and then on the main power.
Check the connection of the SURF board.
Re-install the firmware.
Replace the main controller PCB.
A007 There is a mismatch in version between the machine control software and the PDL control software. Execute PDL resetting.
Turn off and then on the main power.
Execute full formatting and install the system software.
B013 The font data is corrupted. Turn off and then on the main power.
Re-install the system software.
Execute full formatting and install the system software.
E732 Error in reader communication
0001 There is a communication error between the reader and main controller (DDI-S communication error), or between the reader and the charger unit. Check the communication between the reader unit and the main controller.
Check the power supply of the reader unit. (Check to see if initialization takes place at start-up.)
Replace the reader controller PCB, reader relay PCB, or main controller PCB.
Check the connection of the charger unit. (iR5075/5075N only.)
8888 Error in difference of scanner Check the scanner model
In service mode, select: COPIER>OPTION>BODY>SCANTYPE to check
E733 There is a fault in the printer communication.
0000 The attempt at communication with the printer fails at start-up. Check the connection of the cable between the DC controller and the main controller.
Check the power supply of the printer. (Check to see if initialization takes place at start-up.)
Replace the DC controller PCB or the main controller PCB.
0001 There is a DDI-P communication error.
E740 There is a fault in the Ethernet board.
0002 The MAC address is illegal. Replace the main controller PCB.
E744 There is a fault in the language file/boot ROM.
0001 There is a mismatch between the language version on the HDD and the version of Bootable. Download the language file of the correct version.
0002 The size of the language file on the HDD is too big.
0003 There is no language file that is described in CONfig.txt on the HDD.
0004 A switchover to a language file on the HDD cannot be made.
1000 The boot ROM in question is one designed for a different model. Replace the boot ROM with one of the appropriate version.
2000 The engine ID is illegal. Turn off and then on the main power.
E746 There is an error caused by a mismatch of the accessories board.
0003 At start-up, a UFR board for a different model has been detected. Replace the UFR board with one for the model in question.
E748 Error in controller board
4910 Error in detection of the controller plate differs from the equipment Replace the main controller PCB.
E804 There is a DC power supply fan error/there is an IH power supply cooling fan error.
0000 The DC power supply fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more even when the DC power fan is on. Check the connection of the connector.
Replace the fan.
0001 The IH power supply cooling fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more even when the IH power supply cooling fan is on.
0002 The accessories power supply cooling fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more even when the accessories power supply cooling fan is on.
E805 There is a heat discharge fan error/there is a feed fan error.
0001 The heat discharge fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more even when the heat discharge fan is on. Check the connection of the connector.
Replace the fan.
0002 The feed fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec even when the feed fan is on.
E808 IH power supply input errer.
0001 The IH power supply input voltages are higher than the stipulated voltages. Connect with the outlet of a correct voltage.
Check the connection of the connector.
Replace the fixing heater power supply.
0002 The IH power supply input voltages are lower than the stipulated voltages.
E821 There is a cleaner clogging error.
0001 Clogging of toner inside the cleaner has been detected with reference to an abnormal rise in the cleaner thermistor. Remove the collecting toner from inside the cleaner.
Replace the air filter of the heat discharge fan.
E824 There is a primary charging cooling fan error.
0001 The primary charging cooling fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more even when the primary charging cooling fan is on. Check the connection of the connector.
Replace the fan.
E840 There is a shutter error.
0001 While the shutter is in operation, the sensor signal is not detected and, in addition, it is still not detected after 3 retries. Check the connection of the connector of the shutter motor and the shutter HP sensor.
C heck the mounting of the pin used to match the shutter gear phase of the fixing unit (See descriptions under "Points to Note When Mounting the Fixing Roller.")
Replace the shutter HP sensor and the shutter motor.
0002 The interval of ON-OFF detection by the sensor in response to shutter operation is shorter than a specific time period.
E841 There is an error in the detection of fixing inlet guide connection.
0001 At power-on, the connection of the fixing inlet guide solenoid is not detected. Check the connection of the connector.
Replace the solenoid.

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