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Our IT Dept replaced the image transfer kit in our HP5500 but did not reset the display, now the display is saying replace transfer kit and will not operate. How do I reset it?

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With the power on, press the down arrow button until the display reads " Configure Device" menu. Press the Select button and using the down arrow button, scroll through this menu until the display reads "Resets" and press the Select Button. Then press the down arrow button again until the screen reads "Reset Supplies" and press Select button. Once you get to this menu this is where you can reset the fuser and the Transfer belt count

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WARNING! Remove any jewelry or any other metal items from your body to avoid electric shock.

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