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Try first to clear the error
clearing the error may not fix the fault
Press the *with a circle around it then press 2 and 8 at the same time then press *again /press copier touch button/function/clear/error/ok button then switch off m/c on hope it works
also: Additional Functions: Click the Additional Functions button once. Do not hold down.
Two and Eight Buttons: Click the 2 and 8 buttons at the same time once.
Additional Functions Revisited: Click the Additional Functions button once again. Do not hold down.
Copier Button: The System Management screen will open. Click the Copier button on the screen.
Function Button: Click the Function button at the top of the screen.
Clear Button: Click the Clear button on the screen.
ERR Button: Click the ERR button to highlight it.
OK Button: Click the OK button at the bottom of the screen.
Power Off/Power On: Power the unit off and back on using the switch on the side of the unit. The error will be cleared.
Most likely, you have a problem with the scanning lamp.... When you turn the copier on, will it turn right off? If so, try to hold the power switch "ON". The Display pannel will flash a Error Code... It may be a E0200 or E0220 or E000. Get the Error Code and get back to us... I think you have a heat or scanning lamp is shorting out... Good Luck
Listen, I know it's a couple of years after this post but, try this: Remove cassette, push to close, close camera as if to use it, hold firmly in left hand, open hand slap it with your right hand once or twice, (I'm not joking) it worked the two times I had this problem. Problems with the zoom? Almost same process, push firmly on zoom button (to un-zoom) try doing this as your tapping it. These are last ditch efforts on an aging camera, it really has been a good one. I've put this poor thing through years of abuse, and it's held up pretty well. Good luck, Jeff S.