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Hi and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly. C010 is a motor drive failure or abnormality. Check for a major paper jam in the drum area or any problems with belts or rollers AFTER your remove the drum. Look for any foreign objects in the belts or plastic gearing. The C101 code usually will appear right after the unit reaches operating temps. After checking for any jams and re-installing the drum. Use your manual and perform the motor output test. 03-101 (Motor on) / 151 (motor off) If the motor runs during this test you may need to change the LGC board. You will see this response for almost every Toshiba C010 error here at FixYa.

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    There are no belts in the main drive or feed drive of the e-Studio 350/450

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