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Error Message SC541. What is the command to remove this message so that copier can function.

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Depending on the model, you may just have to enter service mode, and power off/on.
For older models you will have to enter service mode, and then run SP5-810, then power off/on.
That is assuming that the fuser problem has been repaired prior to running the codes.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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