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What type of copier? A professional grade or SOHO AIO? Check the glass where the copies take place, including where ADF copies, make sure there are no debris. If you can look to see if there are any debris or faults in the scanner assembly. If that's ok it could be many things. If it is a higher end copier it could be as simple as dirty corona wires or as bad as a worn drum.
Try to copy the software disk on the Hard Disk and run the setup. If this procedure won't continue to copy the software disc then try to copy another CD/DVD Drive to make sure it run and work with your printer. Good luck!
Sounds as if it is low on toner.When they run low, the motor will continue to run trying to add more toner.The toner add system is a glorified flour sifter.Eventually it will set the add toner on.Good Luck
try to see if there is a number appearing after u, maybe its u2-40 which is a toner problem since you run it continously. You can check it by pressing the copy button(green) and the sub code will appear. try to replace the toner cartridge and reset the copier by turning it off and on again, hope it helps
I have glanced at and passed by your question several times, and finally cannot resist the urge to answer. Canon copiers are unique in the fact that they are " monocomponent". This probably means nothing to the average person. But suffice it to say,the"waste toner" you speak of is primarily drum polish and paper dust, neither of which is very good at producing a decent copy. In fact, ANY percentage of waste toner introduced into the Canon copy process is a recipe for disaster. I primarily say this because at some point you will have to replace the development unit (or have some serious service) and probably replace the drum ($1000) if you continue. I am not a Canon employee but have worked on Canon equipment for over 20 years. I merely wish to help. I would be hard pressed to see how you can save enough money up front to cover the back end costs.