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Hello, I have a problem in

Hello,
I have a problem in my konica 7272 photo-copier it shows on the touch screen "enter emc password" and i dont have it so what can i do to just release it so that i cn use the photo-copier.
Thankyou Very Much.

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  • ayubpaw Feb 09, 2008

    Hi again,
    Yes I did try unplugging it and i even unplugged it for a week
    and i said befrore it was emc but i realized it is ecm and it asks for an 8 digit password.
    Thankyou Very Much

  • ayubpaw Feb 09, 2008

    No I didnt try that but caan you tell me konica's number please?
    thankyou

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Try unpluging it for hour then back in

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