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Hi, you should be able to reset the machine to clear that error code. Turn the copier off using the orange switch on the lower left side, wait a couple of seconds for the green light on the operation panel to go off, then turn the copier back on. The code should be gone, and you should be able to resume normal operation.
The copiers do have built-in counterfeit detection so that they will lock up when someone tries to copy any denomination dollar bill. If you turn the copier back on and the SC443 error code is still there (or if it reappears when you try to run a copy) you may need to have either the image transfer unit (part# B223 6036) or the image transfer motor (part# AX05 0249) replaced by a service technician, or the technician might have to clear the machine's non-volatile memory. But more than likely, once you completely reset the copier, it will run fine again.
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
What you will want to do is go into the users guide and find the reset factory defaults option usually it involves holding a button or two while starting the device however are sometimes very different
hope this helps
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
Maybe you damaged the encoder disk during your repair on the transfer
unit, or you did not install the yellow transfer roller the right way.
This SC has something to do with the belt rotation.
It is very easy to damage the belts when they are taken apart. Best and easiest thing is to just order a new transfer belt assy'.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
You will have to reset your machine
Press and hold the "./*" key and the "#" at the same time. Hold down both of these keys for at least 10 seconds.
Release the keys when the copier shuts down. The copier will shut down and automatically power back up. When it has completed the power cycle, it will have been reset to the original settings.
You may lose all saved data on the copier
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
Unplug it for about ten minutes. that should reset it.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
I am sure that this has been suggested already but just in case it hasn't. Try unplugging the maching for about 15-20 minutes. Then plug it back in and see if it clears.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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