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On my Minolta CS Pro 2080, I have the code: C 0500.

Also the door that hold the 8 and half by 14 keep on stop working

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  • yazouka May 01, 2010

    My Minolta is a CSPRO 2080 is it the samething, please reply ASAP cause am having problems

  • yazouka May 01, 2010

    please reply asap cause am having problem and I can't see the small cover and the screew

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This is a lamp error, check that is not burned, or the thermal fuse.

1. Press the soft initialization on the right side of the control panel.
2. When the dot appears on the LCD after reboot, press the number 3 key.
3. The mode will change to the initialization screen.
4. Choose the selection for trouble reset.
5. After reboot the code will be cleared.

Warning: Be advised that with fuser codes, some RISKS are involved, PLEASE SEEK PROFESSIONAL HELP to reduce these risks.

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Open front door close and locate a samll cover on the lft side below panel.one screw open it and you will c 2 botton on a small board one should say trouble reset depress once
good luck

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3. The mode will change to the initialization screen.
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