Question about Canon NP 6230 Copier
E212 Lens sensor or motor problem
remove the glass, check to see if sensor is out of place. Turn off copier move lens by hand and turn on does lens move, yes motor is most likely O.K.
does it stop at the sensor and give code? yes replace ( or swap sensor) does it still do it? No? replace bad sensor. Let me know if you need anythinf else~
Posted on May 19, 2009
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