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Konica minolta Di3510 Tech Password

We had the c0500 Error on our printer in the office this morning. For whatever reason the 8 digit tech password is no longer 00000000 on the machine. It isn't 12345678, 1111111, or any of those other basic default passwords and not even our techs know what it is. Is there anyway to reset the tech password on this printer?

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    Default password was changed, need a recovery method

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If three times you tried with wrong password at saem time you have to change ram

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