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I HAVE A KONICA 7145 COPIER WITH AN E56-1 ERROR

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When I turn my copier on I immediately get an E56-1 Error. Looks to be a board issue? Any help would be appreciated.

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Main control board unit has been modified to prevent abnormal code.
[How to identify the style]
Current and new styles can be distinguished by the part number printed
on the main control board unit.
(Current) 40LA-9025 => (New) 40LA-9026
Serial Number Cut-in: 40LE02201
TRY
to reseat all the board connections first..
hope that help

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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