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Phaser 8200 15,004.45:50425 error

My Phaser 8200 is displaying the code:

15,004.45:50425

Any ideas as to what this may be and how to fix it?

Thanks a million!
Steve

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There are 2 150 watt halogen lamps that heat the drum that are blown out. Thats your problem. If you want to try to replace them let me know.

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