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Cant machine to do any thing it powers up and thats it

I have a dc40 pro and it says falut number 6-240

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You have error in the " Optics" section of this copier, anytime you get an Error that starts with a 6 then the number means you have an error in the optics, which means your scanner isn't moving or the carriage isn't finding the home position or is not moving at all, If you don't know what your doing then don't screw with it call an independant guy who fixes Xerox's your going to pay an arm and a leg if you don't have a service contract with Xerox.

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