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Toshiba estudio 281c error ceeo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes I hate to say it but that is your total copy count. Now the problem is if your system is hooked up to a computer. Yes we need to know!!!! You might need to do a system restore.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
SOURCE: Toshiba studio 281C problems
You should be able to print on both, but I wouldn't advise it at all. The envelopes are going to jam a LOT and you WILL eventualy get a label stuck inside the machine. Possible....yes. But I don't recommend it. :)
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
CEE0: Transfer belt position detection abnormality (normal speed):
The home position of the transfer belt cannot be detected.
This likely means that your transfer belt has gotten ripped. There are reflective strips on the transfer belt that tell the copier what position the entire belt is in before copying, and when the transfer belt gets ripped it causes the machine to not be able to find these strips.
You will need to replace the transfer belt and it would be a good idea to change the belt cleaning blade as well.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, I've have a Toshiba eStudio
Your Hard Disk Drive has failed. Toshiba Digital Copiers do this exact thing when the drive fails as the operating software for the copier is contained on the drive. Look at it as being similar to a computer which will not fully boot up when turned on if there is no hard drive available with an operating system on it. Good news is that the drive is a standard computer drive so they are cheap to buy. The bad news is you will need a trained Toshiba technician to install and then load the firmware onto the hard drive before the machine will run again. I have got machines like this to at least warm up and make copies by "bumping" the machine constantly after turning them on until they boot up. This works on a few of them because you are eccentially bumping the drive into starting to spin up. Once they spin up they will at least come to ready.
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Posted on Dec 20, 2010
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