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Copies shows: Call Maintenance M2

It is a Minolta 4000 CS Pro copier. What type of problem does M2 indicate?

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Hello, the error code M2 means that the machine needs to have maintenance done ( like tune up to a car).. The only way to clear it would be to reset the counters and the service tech mode.

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