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Minolta 1080 error code list

C000 Main drive problem
C001 Main drive speed. Too fast or too slow
C004C Fan motor problem
C004E Power supply fan problem
C0070 Toner motor drive problem
C0071 Toner motor speed. Too fast or too slow
C010 Drum motor drive problem
C011 Drum motor speed. Too fast or too slow
C0400 Exposure lamp does not turn on or AE sensor problem
C0500 Low fuser temperature during warm-up
C0510 Low fuser temperature after warm-up
C0520 High fuser temperature
C0600 Scan motor drive problem
C0610 Lens motor drive problem
C0620 Mirror motor drive problem
C0990, C0991 Main tray up problem
C0992, C0993 Main tray down problem
C0994 Elevator motor problem
C0996 Main tray shift problem
C0998 Tray shift problem
C0999 Tray shift return problem
C099A, C099b Shift home problem
C099c Shift drive motor
C0b10 Auto exposure sensor problem
C0b11 Paper clamp motor
C0b30 Paper aligning motor
C0b31 Paper aligning motor
C0b50 Stapler motor
C0b51 Stapler problem
C0b52 Stapler sensor
C0b60 Sorter bin motor
C0b61-C0b64 Sorter bin movement
C0d00 Duplex rail sensor sensor problems
C0d20 Duplex home sensor
C0d50 Duplex drive motor problem
C0d51 Duplex drive motor speed
C0F10 Auto exposure sensor problem
C0F30 Paper aligning motor
C4100 Exposure lamp stays on
C0F79 Paper empty sensor problem


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Solution 2:
Check and Clean Head contact pin condition of the carriage unitCheck Cable connection especially the carriage FFC
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