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C448 on Toshiba e-studio 2500c

What does the code C448 stand for? My e-studio 2500c has this code on it and would not work.

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C448 indicates Heater lamp lights continuously for a certain period of time when the pressure roller temperature during ready status is higher than the specified.

1. Clear status counter
Enter 08--> 400 --> change the value from "32" to "0", press Enter and restart MFP.

If occur again, u need to check followings:

1. Check the power supply and fuser unit
2. Check the LGC board

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Each time I enter the code it gives me another service message number . this one is now C445 reboot the machine. how do i do that

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(3) Change the displayed current status counter value "32" to "0", then press [ENTER] or [INTER-
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