I was told by a tech to reset the copier by turning on and off. That did not work. there is no power going to the scnner section at all. Matter of fact it copier turns on but nothing I mean nothing is working other than the LCD screen. None of the fans are running at all. Is this a bad motor or a bad power supply?
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Under the big glass to your right under that black cover is a lens assy., and mirror assy., something is jammed in there or bad motor. open front door upper left access cover remove cover touch trouble reset to reset machine.
SC 601 = SCP board PWB J malfunction or scanner motor malfunction.Scanner motor located in rear parts right side and the PWB J panel in the right side of copier.Try open and closed the front door,push the trouble reset switch,if the error code persisit change the scanner motor or PWBJ.Move the scanner manually,turn ON the power switch,if the scanner exposure lamp move,working the scanner motor is OK.Check the scanner home position sensor.
COBAo = Elevate mechanism malfunction.
The exit tray home position sensor is not blocked even after the lapse of a given period of time after the tray has started moving up.
An encoder clock input is not detected within a given period of time during operation of the tray.Check the sensors,motors and his connectors.
How to reset:
1. Press the trouble reset switch on the Tech.Rep.Setting Switches Board to reset the following malfunctions:scanner,fusing,exposure related malfunctions and C3FF.
2. For any other malfunctions open and close the front door or turn OFF and ON the power switch.
CAUSE: Worn mylar.
SOLUTION: Refer to bulletin 3135 which pertains to the transfer drum joint Mylar.
If you can find a Konica Minolta dealership that can get the part or have tech come out and look at it A VETERAN (NOT MILITARY)Tech you have legacy Minolta now Konica Minolta, CF was first generation color. The mylar is dealing with the Transfer drum the big clear drum next to the drum.