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Konica 1212 whenever I turn on my photocopier the error code F09 appears. How can I fix it?

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Current flow to frame ground is detected. This may be caused by an external power surge or internal arcing.
To reset the code:
a. Power the copier OFF.
b. Access the 25 mode (power the copier ON while simultaneously pressing the 2 and 5 keys), P49 to 0.
IT COULD BE A NUMBER OF THINGS,,,BUT TRY THIS FIRST..
LET ME KNOW
HOPE THAT HELP

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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