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if error E010 occure, it means your Main motor not running,
motor or motor drive board or mother board problem,
if show E010 after running the main motor, check motor driver board or mother board,
but 99.9% case of E010, cause of main motor problem so check the main motor first,
This is the code for the main motor. Something is making this motor work extra hard and not rotate as fast as it should. Take off the back cover and turn on the copier. See what direction the motor is turning. See if you can make it move by rotating the motor in the right direction. The fuser may be binding, the drum, or developer. You will have to isolate the problem. I've never had to replace a motor but yours could be a first. Good luck.
Basicly, a E224 is a scanning lamp error code. Here's a question for you??? Will the scanning lamp turn "ON" at all? If so, then the problem is with the scanner power cable. If the lamp will not turn "ON" you may have a blown lamp & or thermal fuse on the scanner unit. You can not clear the code until the problem is fixed. Good Luck
E010 code is main motor lock. Open front cover, Release Transport/Fixing Unit tray. Pull the tray out untill it stops. Try rotating the larger knob to see if Fixing unit will turn...if not, raise the exit/stripper assembly to check for jammed paper. If no paper present and the Unit turns freely, reinsert Transport/Fixing tray into copier. Latch into place. Close front cover. Power on machine.
It is possible that the main motor has failed, but not likely.
E010 error code is a main motor lock .
Check for jammed paper in the Fixing unit.
Pull transport/Fixing Unit tray out and rotate large knob on left side to check Fixing unit for obstruction/turnability. Other than this, it could be main motor failure.....
pretty much the same, the codes are good for several models not just one.
you need to find the other numbers to know exactly which code it is, press the start or stop key to see it display the other #'s.
fuser is on the left side if you replace the parts might as well replace the claws and oil roller.
Heater lamp, Thermistor, DC controller
Heater lamp, DC power supply / AC Driver circuit board, Thermistor, DC controller.
Main motor clock sensor, DC controller PCB, Main motor, DC power supply / AC Driver circuit board
uhhhh, wow. That is a main motor lock error code. As in the main motor is bound up and cant move because of a physical bind or the motor has taken a dirt nap. Very rare code. I have been working on Canon machines for 20+ years and only seen that once. One of those what I call "DUMBO SIZE" paper clips truly kept the motor from turning. GFL.....
Is it looking for toner or is there still a jam in it. You may want to try to turn it off and unplug the sorter and turn it back on. If that dose not work turn off again and unplug the adf and turn it on again. If that dose not work if you have unplug the bottom 2 trays. If one of those is causing the problem look deeper in to one of those units. Also, will it showw or flash a error code on the display?