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Don't know the password for Toshiba estudio 450.

Is there any way to reset the password?

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Default password is 12345 for toshibas...go into user functions, administration...
everything is there...

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The default password is either 12345 or 123456.
If neither of those work then, turn machine off then power on while pressing the 0 & 8 keys then enter 263, then press Start. It will then display the Admin Password.

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SOURCE: We have forgotten the Administration password for our EStudio 350 & 450. Is there any way of resetting? Thanks Ben

restart machine ,then press the 0 & 8 keys,enter 263, then press Start. You should see admin password on the screen.

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The Toshiba eStudio 350/450 copier is one of the more popular copiers available in the marketplace. It has several features that make copying, printing and faxing easier, such as password protection and customizable settings. There are times, however, when a lost password must be recovered. Toshiba has provided a simple method to recover the password and, if need be, reset the copier settings.
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The Toshiba eStudio 350/450 copier is one of the more popular copiers available in the marketplace. It has several features that make copying, printing and faxing easier, such as password protection and customizable settings. There are times, however, when a lost password must be recovered. Toshiba has provided a simple method to recover the password and, if need be, reset the copier settings.
Resetting a copier to its original settings is a simple way to fix several problems.

Step Make sure the machine is off. While holding down the "0" and "8" buttons on the keypad, turn the copier back on. Keep holding the "0"' and "8" buttons until the copier lets out a long beep. This will activate "Test Mode D."
Step Type in '263' on the keypad and press the green start button. The password should now show up on the copier's screen. At this point, you can type in a new password if you choose to do so.
Step Press 'Set' to set the new password. Turn the machine off, wait fifteen seconds, and then turn it back on.
Step Go to the functions you wish to reset through the main menu and press "Function Clear." If prompted, type in the password. Repeat for any function you wish to reset.

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We have forgotten the Administration password for our EStudio 350 & 450. Is there any way of resetting? Thanks Ben


The default password is either 12345 or 123456.
If neither of those work then, turn machine off then power on while pressing the 0 & 8 keys then enter 263, then press Start. It will then display the Admin Password.

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Estudio 450 admin password


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Go to 08 mode. Enter 263 and press START. It will show the current password. To change press C to clear and enter the new password.

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Pull off the back cover, then the metal cover that has the two wire fan plug going in to it. The hard drive is under there.

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The default password is either 12345 or 123456.
If neither of those work then, turn machine off then power on while pressing the 0 & 8 keys then enter 263, then press Start. It will then display the Admin Password.

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We have forgotten the Administration password for our EStudio 350 & 450. Is there any way of resetting? Thanks Ben


restart machine ,then press the 0 & 8 keys,enter 263, then press Start. You should see admin password on the screen.

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