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How to Reset the “Change Supplies” Message on a Panasonic KX-FL512

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SOURCE: Panasonic KX-FL512 fax drum life error

You need to follow the instructions that came with the drum as you need to reset the internal counter.

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call service 3

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Turn on your machine then press MENU then press #9000*then press 550 then press START last thing turn off the machine or unplugged it...This soloution is for KX-FL512 just try it ok?and give me a fee back.

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Press Menu first, then #9000*, next press 550, press Start, wait for printing, unplug the electric cord, wait 10s or more, plug it again, it's done.

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the problem is in fuser unit. the thermistor maybe dirty or damage. careful to touch the fuser unit for it is really hot.

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