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Pitney Bowes FD40 Folder Top Cover Open message appears on LCD display Physical attempts have been made to close top cover and even though cover appears to physically close the Top Cover Open LCD display remains and the machine will not operate Thanks for your help

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Did you fixed your problem with the folding machine??

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

The switch behind the back top cover is defective or disconected just open the back cover and check.

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Could you try the following procedure below please to clear the error, thanks.
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