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If "Front Side Optical Alarm" appeared, clean the glass (small and large one) of the flatbed and carrier unit.
If the issue persists, then check if CCD harness or CR cable is disconnected? Connect the connector.
If the issue persists, then replace Front lamp.
If the issue is not resolved, then replace the Control PCA or Carrier unit or Optical unit.

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Mine came with the same error message. If you look through the glass into the left front corner, you should see a spring loaded belt tensioner device. It merely hooks into the bottom plate against a spring to keep the belt tight. On my 5750C, the belt tensioner had slipped out of the base during shipping. The hardest part of inserting it back into the base was getting to it. Directions to do that are on this site at .../support/t484836-taking_apart_flatbed.

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Thank you for contacting FixYa.

Please clarify if the error is E8 or some different error. E8 error indicates that SCSI fuse is blown. When 5V, 3.3V fuse is blown, the scanner does not turn on and E8 error is displayed. Check the SCSI fuse status. The SCSI fuse is located in the Control PCA marked as TH2. This alarm is detected during initial processing immediately after power-on.

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2. Check if the SCSI cable or other SCSI devices connected to the scanner cause this error. The scanner can work even after this error occurs. However, to remove this error you may have to replace the Control PCA.

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The scanner does self-diagnostic when receiving Read Command (to start scanning) and displays the result if any error or alarm is detected.

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# Check and Clean (ADF back):
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