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Toshiba E-studio 230 Copier shows this message call for service 631012

The copier needs to reboot

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Well, first of all Francis, that isn't your error code, that's your meter (the odometer of the copier so to speak). Error codes will show C--- or E---
examples are C447 (fuser error) or E010 (fuser related jam)

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