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Re: error code f-35-8
On most Konica copiers, an F35 error indicates: 1. low temperature of the fuser; and/or 2. open lamp; or 3. open thermo wire fuse; or 4. open thermistor; or 5. or anything heat related at start or warm up.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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error code 35? error codes on the minolta print /copy machines usually have a letter followed by four digits e.g. C2035, please indicate which model and exact error code with a description of the error as seen by the user.
in pc drum, there is a little fuse, buy a new fuse and replace it, shold work. about error 15H it may be something with 2'nd transfer roller, so you can open side door and check / reinstall the only black roller, what there is. but I'm not sure about this error code yet, so i have to check it out
Ensure there is no jam in the fusing unit. Turn copier off. Turn the copier back on while pressing down on the 2 and 5 keys. Select 1, the software switch settings. Using the arrows on the touchscreen, select dipswitch 3-1. Touch the off key. Press return, then turn the copier off and back on. If the code returns, you may have to replace the temperature sensors in the fusing unit.
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!
I have a Konica Minolta CSPRO EP1054 (in the Middle East)
I accidentally plugged the EP1054 copier into a 110V outlet instead of
the 220V. Immediately the malfunction code (error code) of "C05"
appeared along with the "Call Tec Rep" indicator light (wrench).
I followed the instructions posted by "Soul Visitor" ... i.e., I found
the "Trouble Reset Switch" (not shown in the user manual) by opening
the upper back panel and pressing the small black button in the lower
right hand corner of the middle circuit board (green).