Please help me to solve problem for my konica 1212 photocopier. When i turn on my photocopier it shows error F35. And nothing is working. Just appear F35 . Do me a favour for it. It makes me so DIZZY!!!!
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The P 27 code is the change the toner.Please change the toner close the doors if the machine it turn OFF press and hold the 4&5 keys and turn ON the copier.Change using the ZOOM key 47,50,51,52 and press the START button the perform the toner setting.
hello Sir; You have to empty the waste toner bottle it located right hand side bottom, open the doorlook at "A" area you will see a big narrow plastic bottle pull out a black buckle slide out the bottle, dump the toner,the code will be disappear!
Current flow to frame ground is detected. This may be caused by an external power surge or internal arcing. To reset the code: a. Power the copier OFF. b. Access the 25 mode (power the copier ON while simultaneously pressing the 2 and 5 keys), P49 to 0. IT COULD BE A NUMBER OF THINGS,,,BUT TRY THIS FIRST..
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My service info doesn't go back that far either, but this procedure should work to reset the code. However, I would make sure there's no toner build-up on the fuser thermistor or thermostat first, otherwise the code will reappear.
Here's the instructions on clearing the code:
Enter the 25 mode by holding down the 2 and 5 keys while turning on the copier. Press the P key, then enter 47, then press P again. Enter 0 and press the Print key. Turn the machine off/on to exit the 25 mode.
If the code reappears, then theres a problem. If it doesn't, you're good to go!