Canon CLC 1100 E072 0202

    We have a Canon CLC 1100 in the office but it's showing error code E072 0202

    I'm trying to find out what the error code means and if it going to be expensive to fix this canon printer.

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    E072 0202 means :
    The transfer drum cleaner brush motor (M8) is faulty.
    The polishing roller motor (M9) is faulty.
    The motor drive system"" is subjected to an overload.
    The attraction/transfer locking cam motor (PM7) is faulty.
    The attraction/transfer locking cam HP"" sensor (PS8) is faulty.
    The registration"" path driver PCB is faulty.
    The DC driver PCB is faulty.
    The CPU"" PCB is faulty.

    The attraction/transfer looking cam HP sensor does not go '1' within 4 sec after the attraction/transfer locking cam motor has started to rotate<iframe id="ch_ad0-0" class="chitikaAdBlock" src="about:blank" width="445" height="120" frameborder="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>


    ...E072 fault in the main motors such as the transfer drum motor, etc. it can be fix the cost is average it depend of what its broken or faulty but I don't know if it's age can be longer than the new and expensive one...the choice is yours....also you should check all the drums (this ones are expensive too...its related to the result of your copies)...and considered the running 

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