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Konica CF910 Error code C-0500 how do you reset the machine from this???

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    sam gerban May 11, 2010

    if you have a Utility Botton.try this method turn machine off and power back up while holding down Utility Botton .do not let go untel prompted for trouble reset '

    if that does not work try doing the same using the STOP Botton

    hope that helps

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You reset the code by pressing the "Trouble reset switch on the Tech Rep setting Switch board, located under the control panel, open the machine front cover its a small circuit board with two small black press type switches (left side switch)

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