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Toshiba estudio 207 copier c-56 code error solve this problems

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SOURCE: toshiba 160 error code

c44 = fuser error
turn copier off
hold down 0 & 8 while turning it on

then wait one min, then press 4 0 0 start

then 0 and set

turn off wait one min then turn on if this does not work it might need parts

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SOURCE: toshiba e-studio 207 "local device communication error

On the host pc that connected to the MFP, check the paper size setting under the driver properties.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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