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Had a problem with door open symbol and spanner symbol showing red. No troubleshooting advice. Have solved problem that created door open symbol but spanner stays. Unable to access any info to get rid of spanner and reactivate copier.
As we are 100's of miles from a service centre contacting them is not an option. Please help

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What is the Manufacture of the machine and the model number.
Without this information, there is no way to supply any suggestions.
Get back to me with those 2 items.
Thanks
Mac

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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Well, you sound like you figured out part of your problem. If the open door symbol is showing, then you need to find out which door the machine thinks its still open.
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(Most doors have a little stub that sticks out that either goes in between a sensor, or pushes on a switch to tell the machine that the door is closed.
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