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A E210 has to do with the scanning lamp. It could be that the scanning lamp is blown or the thermal fuse is blown or most likely is that the black power cable is cracked and the power going to the lamp is shorting out to the fram of the copier. The rubber coating cracks from the use of the scanner going back and forth. It is not a easy repair. Good Luck
You can connect the printer to your computer via a parallel cable or a USB cable. Here's the link to the Lexmark E210 User's Guide for your reference: http://bit.ly/aCoWdH. Thank you for choosing Lexmark.
Error E210 means - there is a problem with the lens position.
Under the glass there is a lens that moves to enlarge and reduce the
copies. At switch on this has to find a home position. the error code
means it has failed to do so. If you look at it is is driven by a belt.
The drive pull for this can be seen through the glass. This becomes
miss placed and is not driven correctly. Have a look and you will see
has has come out of place. You may be able to take it apart and clean
it up if not you will need a new drive assembly.