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FIRST, if this code comes back. Have a technician look at it the exposure lamp the bright light under the glass is bad or the board controlling it. 1. Turn OFF the main power switch. 2. Turn main power switch ON while pressing the Utility/Counter key. 3. Touch [Trouble Reset]. 4. Check to make sure that [OK] is displayed and the it has been reset. 5. After turning off the main power switch, turn it on again more than 10 seconds after and check if the machine starts correctly.
There can be a trip switch or timer that has cut off, remove power and power after an hour. If the AC does not power on then start from the power cord to the panel, if there is control panel the power to the unit could have failed and so the functions are dead . Also check the main relay to the compressor.
Make sure there's power getting to your range, oven or cook-top. Check for a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for power with a voltmeter or by plugging something else in. I would also advise to inspect the junction point on the backside of the unit for a possible separation of the power cord as well. If all checks out ok, The main control board will be the culprit.
NOTE_ If your unit is equipped with a relay board, this will be the likely culprit, if all checks out ok. If there is no relay board present inside the unit, replace the maincontrol board.
please check the following
1.short circuted power cord this can be checked by disconnecting the power cord from the dryer and switch on the mains.
2.heating element is defective this can be checked externally by dismanteling by the druer.
3.dryer motor is defective this can be checked externally by dismanteling from the dryer.
F35-7 is fuser error on a konica 7030. Resetting the fuser error might just fix your problem. First turn your copier on while holding down the 2 and 5 key. Next press 1 for soft switch setting, then press the left up arrow key to 3 and the right up arrow key to 1, now press the OFF key to change the data to 0 (it should read 3-1 :0)press return. Power the machine OFF/ON. If the problem persist then you most likely have a bad thermistor, however it can also be a bad heat lamp or thermistat.
Pankaj, Do you have a ohm meter? Sounds like you have something shorting back. First take the meter to the cord. On the end of the cord, you should show no continuity from each male prong to the ground prong on the cord itself. If you show continuity, you have something shorting back. Then I would start with the compressor, Unplug the wires going to the overload and relay, make sure the units unpluged and meter the cord again. If it's ok, then the problem is in the overload and relay. Start there and let me know, if it still showing a short, then we will have to go to the controls, heater, and repeat the process until you find the culprit. Catriver.
if you don't have a netwok card in you Konica 7030 then you have to connect it to your computer over LPT cable or USB Cable then install the software from the Konica 7030 CD.
after that you can Share the installed Konica 7030 Printer and map it at the other computers.
F35-7 is a low temp abnormality in the fixer.
To reset you need to enter the '25' mode and go to dip switch 3 - 1 and reset this to 0.
This should reset the code. ( dip switch 3, 1 to 7 control the high/low temps for the fixing unit i believe they should all be 0)
The problem is a fixing unit abnormality code, could be caused by a bad temp. sensor, build up on sensor or maybe the machine experienced a voltage spike. Power the machine off using main power switch and sub power switch, unplug IP (Image Processor) and any phone lines that may be hooked up. 1) turn on power (both) sub and main while holding down the 2 and 5 buttons on op. panel. a screen will come up. 2) Select 1) software switch setting 3) using the arrows on the screen select dip switch 3-1 4) touch the off key on the LCD to change the data to 0. 5) press return and power equipment off and back on again. Good luck.