Unplug copier remove 2 screws that hold down the copy glass on the right side of glass.most of the time the black belt that moves the lens has popped off the white gear that moves it. carefully move the scanner (the thing with mirrors and lamp to the right out of the way.Now if you look down where the scanner was blocking you should see a loose black belt and a white gear it came off of,the black belt has a spring idler move it to provide the slack you will need to replace the belt on to the white gear. If the gear is loose from its base you need a new lens motor
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E0212. The lens does not
return to the home position within a specific time. (In the direction of drum
shaft) Some cases : - Loose the vanbelt of lens - Loose/broken the Gear of motor lens unit (connect with the vanbelt) - The motor of lens is broken. please chek it out. (locations are under the flat glasses/scanner) if you need that part, I have all of that
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Canon 6035 E000 Fuser did not heat up. Lamp, thermal switch, thermistors, connections, AC driver, DC controller, SSR, etc. E001 Fuser temperature too high. Same possibilities as E000, as well as shorted wire. E002 Fuser temperature not rising at correct pace. Same possibilities as E000 E003 Fuser temperature drops. Same as E003. E004 Fuser problem. AC driver, SSR bad, wire shorted. E010 Drive problem. Main motor, gears, etc. E030 Total counter. E064 Composite power board or DC controller. E065 Composite power board or DC controller. E202 Scan motor or scan sensor problem. Panel locked with no code. Scan motor problem. E203 Scan problem or scan sensor. E204 Scan problem or scan sensor. E210 Lens sensor or motor problem. E212 Lens sensor or motor problem. E220 Exposure lamp or exposure lamp regulator board. E224 Blanking shutter motor or sensor. E240 DC controller or composite power supply problem. E244 DC controller. E400 RDF to copier communication problem. E401 RDF Pickup motor or pick up sensor. E403 RDF feed motor or pulse sensor. E404 RDF delivery motion problem. E404 RDF delivery motor problem. E411 RDF tray sensor or registration sensor. E500 Sorter main board or communication with copier. E510 Sorter feed motor. E530 Sorter guide bar motor. E531 Sorter stapler motor. E540 Sorter bin shift motor. E541 Sorter bin motor. E550 Sorter power supply. E710 DC controller
The copier comes ON then it turns it's self Off , Correct? Turn the copier back ON and hold the Main power switch ON and the display will show a error code. Read it and let the copier turn Off. You most likely have a dead AC short. The error code maybe a E0202 or E000 . One of the lamps are blown or broken and shorting out. You probly have a blown scanning Lamp or fuse. You may also, have a shorted out Scanner Power Cable. It's black and powers the scanner lamp > sometimes the cable crack's and exposes the AC wire. That is a fun job. It may just be a blown fuser lamp.. Good Luck