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Sharp ar-5320e error code U2

Pls help me to find the way to clear this problem, even i press any key useless..... thanks for your help!

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Please press these buttons in order #, interrupt,C , interrupt.

when display goes off enter 14 then start button it is ok

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

  • yousef mokhtar Jan 08, 2009

    deeply sory after pressing the buttons please enter 16 not 14 please correct that mistake

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* Entering the simulation mode

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Now enter the number 16 and press start. The machine may also ask you to confirm your choice or you may have an 'execute' key on the LCD screen.

Once the fault has been cleared the machine should reboot. If it doesn't, press the 'CA' (clear all) button and the machine should reboot.

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PRESS #
PRESS =
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PRESS =
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Note: be fast in pressing all the buttons.
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