F-35 is a fixing unit related problem... resetting wont do you any good if there is a thermistor/heater lamp/thermal fuse related problem. make sure all these are good. otherwise you wont be able to reset that code...
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You will find the step-by-step procedure on the following link, on the page 57 (48) http://printer.konicaminolta.net/drivers/manuals/2300w/user_es.pdf
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Access the 25 mode (power the machine ON, while pressing the 2 and 5 keys). 2. Press [1: Software SW]. 3. Select software dipswitch 3-1 using the arrow keys. 4. Set the switch to OFF (0). 5. Press [Return] to end the setting. 6. Power the machine OFF/ON to exit the 25 mode. good luck
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.
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F35-7 is a low temp abnormality in the fixer.
To reset you need to enter the '25' mode and go to dip switch 3 - 1 and reset this to 0.
This should reset the code. ( dip switch 3, 1 to 7 control the high/low temps for the fixing unit i believe they should all be 0)