Panasonic Printer Error Codes

Panasonic printer error codes Quick Fix 2020.In the tech-savvy world devices that work fast and are technologically advance are highly appreciated. When it comes to printers, we all want to use the ones that offer top-notch printing quality, are user-friendly and have superb features. When it comes to printers, Panasonic is one such brand that is widely used and has a great position in the market. 

Whether you want to use these printers for office or personal use the Panasonic printers are one of the best in the market. The printers can be used not just for printing but scanning, copying and faxing as well. There are different models of printers that are manufactured under Panasonic and come with an amazing set of features and sizes. 

However, just like any other device, even Panasonic printers experience problems. It is quite common to experience Panasonic printer error codes however; these errors can be easily resolved if you follow some of the basic troubleshooting solutions to resolve the error. These printers are a perfect combination of technology and innovation. However, if you are facing any error while using these printers then do not worry.

In this blog, we are going to discuss in detail various Panasonic printer error codes so that you know exactly what is causing the problem.

If you are facing an issue with the Panasonic printer then it is most likely to be displayed on the digital panel of the printer in the form of error codes. These error codes represent a particular type of issue which you need to know to resolve the problem completely.

E1-01: The error occurs when there is an issue in scanning the drive or home problem.

 E1-20: The error is common when there is a problem in the lens or the synchronization of the horizontal laser.

 E1-21: When there is half speed scan home sensor home. 

 E1-22: The error is caused when there is a problem in the synchronization of the laser motor. 

 E1-23: When there is an issue in the F8-02 input error (registration adjustment).

 E1-30: When there is a problem in the CCD output.

 E1-31: When the error occurs you just cannot turn on the exposure lamp, inverter board. 

 E1-32: The error can be seen when the exposure lamp just won’t turn on. When there is no density detection of the auto original. 

 E1-34: When there is an exposure lamp harness.

 E1-40: The error can be seen when the Optics fan 1 is not working, Book fan problem.

 E1-45: You can see the error is the laser fan is not working. 

 E1-50: The error can be seen when there is an original size sensor issue.

 E2-01: You can check the error by lift upper motor. 

 E2-02: You can check the error by lift lower motor. 

 E2-03: You need to lift motor 4 which is the system console and upper. 

 E2-04: You need to lift motor 4 which is the system console and middle.

 E2-05: You need to lift motor 5 which is the system console and lower. 

 E2-06: You need to LCC lift motor up.

 E2-07: You need to LCC lift motor down. 

 E2-08: To resolve the problem you need to check the sensor or the board.

 E2-10: The error code occurs when there is an issue in the system console motor drive.  

 E3-01: The error code occurs when there is an issue in the toner bottler motor drive. 

 E3-03: The problem occurs when there is an issue in the toner density sensor. 

 E3-10, 11, 12: These Panasonic printer error codes occur when there is a high voltage problem.  

 E3-20: The error codes occur as a result of an issue in the main motor drive. 

 E3-21: The problem occurs when there is an issue in the dust fan drive. 

 E3-22: The error code occurs as a result of a problem in the developer fan. 

 E3-23: The error code occurs when the is an issue in the suction fan. 

E3-30: The problem is in the discharge lamp. 

 E3-40: the issue is in the density sensor. 

E4-01: The problem occurs when there is low fuser temperature. 

 E4-02: The issue occurs when there is a fuser jam. 

 E4-10-13: These error codes occur as a result of the fuser fan problem or LVPS.

 E5-01: It indicates a 24-volt problem. 

 E5-04: It indicates a 12-volt problem. 

 E5-05: It indicates a 24-volt scanner problem. 

 E5-06: It indicates a 12-volt scanner problem. 

 E5-10: It indicates a 5-volt problem.

 E5-11: You need to check the printer engine communication, thermistor or the toner sensor.

 E5-12: Check the search engine communication aa there can be a problem in the CPU/LPC interface.

 E5-13: There is a problem in NAC board communication or LPC.

 E5-14: There is an optional installation error. 

 E5-15: Check the printer controller board communication. Also check is the mechanical counter is installed or not.

 E5-17/19: There is an issue in the scanner synchronization. 

 E5-21: Check for communication problems with the ADF.

 E5-22: The error code indicates there is a communication problem in the finisher. 

 

E5-23: The error code indicates that there is a communication problem with the control panel. 

E5-32: It indicates that there is a scanner EEPROM access issue. 

 E5-33: It shows that there is a hard disk drive access problem. 

 E5-34: It indicates that there is a zip drive access problem. 

 E5-41: It clearly shows that there is a registration control circuit problem. 

 E5-42: You need to fix the total counter issue. 

 E5-43: Check the printer controller for hard disk access. 

 E5-44: You need to check the printer controller DIMM. 

 E5-50: It indicates that there is an input-output communication issue. 

 E5-60: You need to check the power supply for a fan issue. 

 Power supply fan problem 

 E5-61: There is a problem with the printer controller fan. 

E5-89: You need to check the printer controller LSI access. 

 E6-03: You need to check the duplex length home sensor. 

 E6-04: Check the duplex width of the home sensor. 

 E6-05: Check the duplex paper sensor. 

 E7-10: You need to check the ADF motor or the sub CPU system, error board.

 E7-11: Check the ADF sensor, SC board, and the platen glass scanning.

E7-12: Check the SC board or the exposure lamp is disconnected. 

 E7-20: You need to check the finisher transport motor. 

E7-21: Check the finisher exit motor. 

 E7-22: Check the finisher damper motor, the home sensor.

 E7-23: Check the finisher stapler motor and check all of the components. 

 E7-24: You need to check the finisher stapler shift motor. 

 E7-25: Check the finisher paper height sensor. 

 E7-26: Check the finisher backup RAM data.

 E7-27: Check the finisher shift motor.

 E7-28: Check the finisher building motor. 

 E7-30: Check the inverting unit shift motor. 

 E7-31: You need to fix the inverting shift transport motor. 

 E7-32: Check the inverting unit reverse motor. 

 E13: Check the out of toner (DP-1510, DP-1810P, 1810F, 2010E) 

 J00: To resolve the error code bypass feed jam. 

 J01: Check cassette or duplex feed jam and fix it.

 J02: Check for paper feed unit jam. 

 J03, J05: Check the system console feed jam and fix it. 

 J06: Fix the LCC jam.

 J07: Fix the LCC or lower cassette feed jam. 

 J08: Check the System console feed jam and fix it.

 J09: Fix the System console feed jam.

 J10: Not used. 

 J11: Check for Paper feed jam copier or duplex and fix it.

 J12: check for paper feed jam, registration feed jam.

 J13: Fix the issue with the System console paper feed jam, registration jam. 

 J14: Check for System console paper feed jam.

 J15: The error code occurs because of System console paper feed jam.

 J16: Check the LCC feed unit jam to resolve the error code.

 J17-18: Check the Feed jam at the registration roller. 

 J19-20: Not used, Duplex or registration jam. 

 J21: Check and resolve the Upper jam. 

 J22/24: The issue occurs because of a lower jam or registration jam. 

 J23-25: Check the Paper jam in the registration area from the system console. 

 J26-29: Not used.

 J30: You Need to check the Registration area jam from the bypass. 

 

 
 

J31: the problem occurs because of Jam in the registration area. 

 J32: Not used, registration area jam (IADF.) 

 J33: Check the Jam at registration roller. 

 J34-39: The error code occurs because of Registration jam in duplex mode (2010E) or Not used.

 J40-42: You need to fix the Fuser exit jam.  

 J43-45: The error code occurs when Not used or Exit jam after fuser. 

 J46 -48: Check the Dual-path exit jam. 

 J50- 51, 53, 56, 58, 59: For resolving these Panasonic printer error codes check the Duplex jam, paper transport jam. 

 J57-59: Not used. 

 J60: Check the Finisher jam. 

 J61: Check for the Stapler problem. 

 J62, 63, 64: to resolve these  Panasonic printer error codes you need to check the Finisher jam. 

 J65, 66: Fix the issue by checking the Finisher exit jam.

 J70: Check the ADF jam. 

 J71: Check the ADF exit jam. 

 J72: Check the ADF jam in reverse. 

 J73-79: Not used. 

 J80-83: Need to fix the Inverter jam. 

 J80, 82, 83, 85, 87, 88: These Panasonic printer error codes indicate Duplex jam (DP2230 or 3030 SERIES). 

 J84: Check for the Face-up inverter jam. 

 J85: Check for the Facedown inverter jam. 

 J86: You need to Reverse the unit exit jam. 

 J87: Check for the Inverter jam. 

 J88: See the Inverter reverse jam. 

 J89: Check for the Inverter exit jam.  

 J90: You need to check for No print signal after the feed. 

 J91: You need to Cassette pulled out during paper feed.  

 J97: Indicates Paper not fed out. 

 J98: The error code means that the VRDY signal missing. 

 J99: The error code means that the VSCN signal missing. 

 oF: It indicates that the Finisher is overfull. 

 U0: You need to check the Key counter or access code number needed.

 U1: Check the Front door interlock. 

 U4: Check the Finisher interlock. 

 U5: Check the Duplex interlock. 

 U6: Fix the error code by checking the Paper feed cover interlock, right cover not closed.

 U7: Check for the Interlock on system console paper feed cover. 

 U8: You need to check the Close transport unit. 

 U10: Check for the Document feeder interlock. 

 U11: Check the Paper in the finisher. 

 U12: Check the Stapler cover open. 

 U13: To resolve the error code Add toner, toner density sensor, toner feed system or mainboard. 

 U14: You need to Waste toner container full.

 U15: you need to Waste toner container missing or sensor.

 U16: Check the Developer unit not installed properly, not waste toner installed, or connector problem. 

 U18: To resolve the error code you need to check the Department maximum copies, which means the user has exceeded the number of copies allowed.

 U20L Fix the issue by checking the ADF cover open. 

 U21: Check the Platen cover panel open. 

 U22: Check the ADF exit cover open. 

 U25: You need to fix the error code by checking the Toner bottle not feeding toner, recommend lightly shaking the toner. 

 U90: To resolve this error code you need to replace the backup battery.  

These are some of the most common Panasonic printer error codes that you may come across while using the printer. You can easily fix these errors when you know why the problem is occurring. 

In this blog, we have mentioned some of the most common error codes that you may face while using the Panasonic printers and the basic solutions to resolve it. However, if you need technical help then it is always better to get in touch with the Panasonic printer technicians for complete support and immediate response.

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