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Need help Is there any ways I can cleared out the memory on SRAM.... or the IMC BOARD ?? thanks Inoke Valu Manager PRO-TEC SERVICES Vava'u Kingdom of Tonga

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  • nokevalu Jun 26, 2008

    ok...



    I'll try disconnecting the battery from the DC and see if there's any difference,



    then I'll get back to you kk..



    cheers

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Sure, just disconect the battery on the DC controler. Or you can try to reset in service mode..... It all depends on the make and model of the copier.... they are all different

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