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Error code F-36-2

Normal working copier system. 4 days earlier we had a power problem with the electrical company as a transformer out on the pole blew. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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  • ktuttle Jan 29, 2009

    Sorry for the omission. Konica 7022 that is in our church.
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    ktuttle


  • sam gerban
    sam gerban May 11, 2010

    MAKE AND MODEL NEEDED?

  • Everett Lin May 11, 2010

    Hello sir; Please post your copier brand name and model,

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Konica 7022 showing code f-36-3

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I am guessing that you have a Konica copier? If I am correct you most likely have a fixing error code and it will need to be reset in service mode. I can not tell you how to do it if we don't have the make and model. I blieve it is service mode 47.... but it depends on the model, to many models to list with reset codes... Good Luck

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Hello sir; The reset procedure as follow;
Hold down 25 while you turn on the machine, the menu screen will display list , use ^ and v key to select dip switch 3 pick bit 1 then change value 1 to 0, then press off, turn power off and back on, it will reset for you.

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Yes/No: NO

Action: Enter the settings from
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Is it 0020? YES Go to step 5.
Is it 0030, 0031, or 0032? YES Go to step 9.
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