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Konica Copier error code F-34-2
Posted by Anonymous on
Do this once code comes back replace the fuser continue reset couls cause fire ruining a perfectly good day
To reset failure codes, perform the following:
1. Enter the 25 mode (turn the machine ON, while pressing the 2 and 5 keys).
2. Select [1. software SW settings].
3. Using the arrows on the left of the touchscreen scroll to DIP SW 3.
4. Using the middle arrows scroll to BIT 1.
5. On the touchscreen select OFF (0).
6. Power the copier OFF/ON.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
How to reset failure codes (F34, F35, F36). To reset failure codes, perform the following: 1. Enter the 25 mode (turn the machine ON, while pressing the 2 and 5 keys). 2. Select [1. software SW settings]. 3. Using the arrows on the left of the touchscreen scroll to DIP SW 3. 4. Using the middle arrows scroll to BIT 1. 5. On the touchscreen select OFF (0). 6. Power the copier OFF/ON.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
this code means the system control board and the main control board are not communicating with each other. the new main boards have modified to prevent this code. to reset the code turn the main switch on the left side of the machine off for about 10 seconds then back on
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
quote is probably in the right price range. you need to look at how many copies are on your machine. look at any future repairs/supplies that will be needed. like drum, developer unit. If these are also needing to be changed soon, you will have to plan on those costs also. Any comparable machine that you get get will be expensive to repair the big items. You have to put all of the money that you spent on the machine and find out how many copies you have made. you can then figure out the cost per copy. At the same time, if this machine does everything that you need from a copier, do you want to buy a new one at much higher cost.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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