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Doesn't complete system startup.

When I turn on the copier, it gets to 'File System Setup' and just hangs there. Any ideas?

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    My copier is hung up on file system setup

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Hi there, i think One solution that might help to your machine is to perform emergerncy firmware update. but it can only perform by an authorized panasonic service provider at your location.

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