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How many copies on that machine? The photoconductor unit on that model only goes 45,000 copies. If the machine wont tone up and the pcu is old i would replace it and calibrate to see if the problem goes away. The pcu is cheap for that model. Start there would be my advice.
Get into the SP mode and do an SP5-801, that should blow everything out. Later models had an SP code that allowed you to get rid of the Key-Op lock out code, but I don't think the A232 had that capability.
It is easy to do... Just take the cover's off that will expose where the coin op wire is pluged into the copier. It is a 4 wire clip, I believe. Turn the copier Off and cut the wire on the coin op side and strip the wires. Of the wire's that are there you only need to have two of the wires jumed togather.to make the copier to work. I don't know how many wires are there they may have 2 or 6 or 10, it depends who made it. If you are lucky they may have left the jumper clip in the copier, just connect it again. If not jump two wires and turn copier ON and see it the display is un-locked. If not try another set. It is trial and error. You should be able to fix it. Good Luck