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VK = 100,000 pages printed on the developer counter or 715,000 revolutions of the developer unit (as mixing can occur even when pages are not being printed). Developer can break down over time and or the seals can be damaged - so service by a technician is indicated. If maintenance was recently performed and the developer replaced then the counter needs to be reset.
i think that u2 shows some memory or eeprom problem just reset it .press clear key,exposure mode key,clear key,exposure mode key,press all these key in sequence and quickly.display will go dead now press 16 then start key.code will bi removed .mian jee
Entering the simulation mode 1) Copy mode key ON → Program key ON → Asterisk (*) key ON → CLEAR key ON → Asterisk (*) key ON → Ready for input of a main code of simulation enter 14 accpet yes clear.. machine should restart. You may have to have a tech look into why this is jamming...
H5-01 = detecting 5 consecutive POD_1N jams
Check the fusing section for jam paper. (winding, etc.)
Use SIM14 to
cancel the trouble.
Entering the simulation mode
1) Copy mode key ON → Program key ON → Asterisk (*) key
ON → CLEAR key ON → Asterisk (*) key ON → Ready for
input of a main code of simulation
accpet yes clear..
machine should restart.
To fix this you need to have the fusing unit looked at... could be various problems causing this , from bad paper to bad rollers?