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Pls help me my Konica 1212 copier is showing F35 and onthing is working on it, pls is there anything i can do to resolve this problem without calling someone pls..!

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Power supply went bad!
try this Reseat CN15 on CB than check the oporation of L1 L2
47 mode 00
hope that help

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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