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CONMED SYSTEM 2450 problems code is 160, what is the meaning? If a service manual is better, thank you for your help!

The machine can not be normal self detection, error code display is 160, do not know which place is a problem, you know?

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E20 means there is a bolckage in there
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This is a code for an internal leak. Same happened to us today 2 weeks after buying the machine from John Lewis. We had a small pool of water appear in front of trhe machine. Waiting for Panasonic to sort out a repair.

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