Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Error code E210
Posted by Anonymous on
Lens [ x ] home position not found
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: canon np6030 copier
Does the machine start and switch itself off? Some errors cause this to occur to prevent further damage. Try switching it on with the front door open, this will prevent the fixing heater circuitry from initialising. You will then need to find the error code. The ones that cause it to switch off never appear on screen, only viewable thru service mode. Push a straightened paper-clip into the hole below the right hand meter inside the front of the machine, press << and >> to get to *1* DISPLAY, find ERROR and let me know. Hope this helps...
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
the hard drive containing the software that drives the machine has an error. Corrective steps would be to contact to a Canon technician, who can first try to re-install the software, and if this doesn't work the hard drive has probably crashed, meaning that the drive will need to be replaced and the software re-installed
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
It's concerning the toner level in the dev unitor drum unit. Try entering service mode and selecting 'install' this will stir toner and try to feed toner through. Could be a dirty or faulty toner level sensor. Cuuld also be the drum life over - check drum life in the service mode. Check my other posts to see how to enter service mode
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
This error code, on older machines, means that the lens cannot get to its home position.
Lift up the top cover (or Document feeder) and look under the platen glass as you switch the power on.
Can you see the lens moving, trying to find its home position.?
If not, it is stuck on something, or the drive cables are loose...
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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