Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
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Lens Motor M6 malfunction
The output from Lens Reference Position Sensor
PC90 does not go from HIGH to LOW, or vice
versa, even after the lapse of 15 sec. after M6
has started turning.
Basically when you turn on the machine the Lens under the glass does not move and hit the position sensors that it is suppose to hit. You can try to lube any rails for the lens, but do not take any screws out that have colored paint on them. You can reset the code by removing a small cover behind the front door. Behind the cover you will find a small circuit board. Find the black button that says "Trouble" and press it.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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