How to clear E000075 error Code Canon IR advance C5045, C5251

Canon error Code E000075 reset

These instructions describe error code E075 solution for a Canon ImageRunner copier machine. The following instructions describe how to reset E00075 for a Canon IR advance C5035, C5045, C5251, C5245, C5250, copier machine. We are sharing a few methods to fix the error, so check them one by one until it gets solved.

Meaning of the Error Code

The E075 error code refers to the ITB belt shifting front to rear of the machine and cannot compensate. There are two causes that will make this happen. Fast is the machine that is not level. Secant is uneven thickness of the ITB belt from front to rear.

Maintenance sign means that the copier needs to be well serviced or something has to be replaced like Consumables such as drum, blade, fuser rollers and developer etc. If you are sure that you replaced the correct part or the machine doesn't need to replace any part, then you can continue to clear the sign.

How to fix E075 Error Code?

To resolve this issue, first observe the ITB Position value of displacement in service mode under Copier > Display > Misc. > ITB-POS. The range is between -300 to 450. If the value is very close to the high end or low end, perform the following:
1.     Check to make sure that the machine is level.
2.     After levelling the machine, run Copier > Function > MISC-P > ITB-INT in service mode.
3.     Check Copier > Display > MISC > ITB-POS again to make sure the value is approximately within the mid-range.
4.     If the value in step c is not within mid-range, remove the ITB belt and reverse it from front to rear and repeat the prior steps again.

If you find your parts, then replace the parts and error still remains, after automatically reset the error code. If the error is still showing even after above solutions, then you have no choice other than calling Canon service technician.

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