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Drum replacement I replaced drum,developer and blade after 50000 copies, I dont know how to reconfigure again, can u pl explain how can i re-configure

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  • Marvin Villanueva May 11, 2010

    What do you mean reconfigure? Maybe reset the status. Is that what you mean? Is the indicator still lit-up?

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Simple - service code 24-7 will rest drum, sevice 42-1 will rest deveolper service code 20-1 will reset serice indicators you can get a service manuel at persision roller in phx arizona and all parts

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