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Minolta EP 2050 copier

My minolta copier is showing "call your Technical Rep.: code: C0200
it has refused to make copies.plz how do i go about it. and how do i prevent future occurences.

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Transfer crona is lekage change the tranasfer corona ano clear the code error ce200

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Change the transfer/separator corona front holder.

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C0200: PC Drum Charge, Image Transfer/Paper Separator Coronas Malfunction.
Most probably a broken corona wire. It can also be caused by dirty coronas wich can be washed with water and soap and dry them well. If the problem persistes must look for the conections and HV1, wich suplies the coronas. GOOD LUCK.

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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Detection Timing
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