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YOU GOT THE BIG ONE!!!!!! Some one tried to copy MONEY on that machine. NOW you will need to get a Konica Minolta Representative out to remove a special chip that will be sent to Konica Minolta then to the SECRET SERVICE. IN the mean time ask the Konica Minolta tech if they have a loaner, your machine is down until the SECRET SERVICE determines what has happen. SORRY the Color copiers are so good these day that they have a small chip that looks for info on currency and shut the machine down. SORRY
The bizhub C451 is a Konica-Minolta machine and I have found a webpage here: Error Codes Konica Minolta bizhub C451
that details the error codes that can occur on your machine. I know that this may not be of much use as you don't appear to have any error codes appearing. However, there is also a link at the top of the page from which you can get a copy of the Service Manual which will probably have a lot more detail in it and may answer your question.
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tha minolta di3510 developer unit looks the same as the unit for the konica minolta bizhub 350 but the toner sensor in the minolta unit uses a different voltage range for the toner sensor and it will throw this code make sure you have the correct unit for this machine also you can try this go back into tech rep mode and change these settings: select tech rep choice mode select printer tab select atdc sensor gain set the value to about 165 then back all the way out to the ready screen and power the machine off then back on and replenish toner in the user management screen.
It's been a while since you posted that but you may just need to slide it back out and shake it back and forth (long ways) a few times. We had the same problem and the konica minolta tech told us to do that. It worked. DO NOT turn it upside down though.
The life expectancy meters are just general measurements. They only indicate when it is time for a Service Tech to come by a review the parts. If you are having that type of imaging problems you need a Tech to look at it.