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TOSHIBA E STUDIO 280 CALL FOR SERVICE

On power up the unit goes into request for service mode. Is there a reset code to enter to get out of this and be able to test the unit.

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First of all check what is sub code with this .if it is not showing code press clear & 8 key at same time .code will bi shown .if no code just reset pm cycle count.MIAN AKHLAQ

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Error code C970

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    how Ican manage error code C970 tell me please

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