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I purchased a used KM 3050 however the original owner does not remember the username and password to access machine. Do anyone now how to reset the password or admin username/password

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Try 6482 which spells MITA. Also if you have the machine in copy mode it might not take. I forget the key on the left side you need to select in order to get into the service mode.

Posted on Nov 10, 2014

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    try admin and admin or admin00

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SOURCE: Kyocera KM 3050 - error C3300

Error C3300 is a CCD Automatic Gain Control issue.

It could be poor contact in the connector terminals from the SHD PWB to the CCD PWB.

It is more likely a defective exposure lamp or inverter board that powers the lamp.

Try lifting up the Document feeder so you can see the optics frame through the platen glass and turning off and then on, the main power switch to see if the green exposure lamp illuminates.

A better, but more complicated way to check the lamp is to enter the service mode and run the exposure lamp test simulation. I will outline this procedure below. BE SURE NOT TO MESS WITH OTHER THINGS IN SERVICE MODE OR YOU COULD RENDER YOUR UNIT COMPLETELY UNUSABLE.

To Enter Service Mode:
Hit the "Status" button

Hit the following sequence on the numerical keypad:
1 0 8 7 1 0 8 7

You should be in service mode.

Use U601 by typing 6 0 1 and then "Start"

U601: Turning the exposure lamps on
Description: Turns the exposure lamp on.
Purpose: To check the exposure lamp.
Display:
CCD: Main Exposure Lamp
CID: Document Processor Exposure Lamp (inside the feeder)
Method
1. Press the start key.
2. Select the item.
3. Press the start key. The selected lamp lights.
4. To turn the exposure lamp off, press the stop key.
Completion
Press the stop key. The screen for selecting a maintenance item No. is displayed.

After checking the lamp(s) operation hit "reset" a few times to back out where you can type 0 0 1 "Start" to Exit Service Mode.

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SOURCE: I bought Xerox Workcenter Pro 123 a year ago. One month later had a stroke and cannot remeber admin user ID or password. How can I reset?

Go to Xerox.com. Click on the Support and driver section.
Type in 123 in the search box. Then when it comes up, select Drivers and Downloads, then on that site you can click on Documentation and download the User and Admin Guides. That way you can have that info at your fingertip.
The default code is 1111, or 11111. 4 or 5 ones.

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SOURCE: how can i reset the password on my km 3050 printer

The default password is 3000 or 6482

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SOURCE: KyoceraMita KM-4050: System Board reset for authentication

Login with 5050 as the username and password via the web browser and turn off authentication.

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