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"little red man"

I have a sharp ar-160 and the red man appears on the panel and will not go away. What problem is this and how can I fix it. Thanks Ann

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The "Little Red Man" stands for that the copier has reached it's set "P.M." counter and it is time to have the copier to have a general cleaning done. It is just a counter that comes up 10k, 20k, 60k, 80k or it is set not to count at all. It should not affect the copier it self. It has to be reset and set to "0" for no P.M. count.

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