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Canon D1120 with e000 error-how do I clear this

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I replaced the fuser for ghosting, and now have this e000 error.  How do I clear this error?  I double checked my connections and they seem ok.  I realize that I may have installed a defective fuser.  The fuser was not obtained from Canon - I installed an HP fuser that cross matched to the Canon fuser.  Could be that I need a genuine Canon fuser, but I don't think so yet.  
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you can try a factory reset..but if it does not work, try with a genuine fuser
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Turns out that the rebuilt fuser was doa & I chased my tail as a result.  It ohmed out ok, but was still defective.  As soon as the fuser was replaced, the error stopped.  
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