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Yes you can take the orginal glass off and clean the home position senor it mite have dust on it or dirt. If you use can air watch that you dont spray dust or dirt all over any other sensors. If not sensor mite need replacement
yes you can !! but the problem comes from the fixing unit (low temperature). to remove the code (and chack if it apperas again) stop the copier, then push at the same time the 2 and the 25 button (it's called the "25 mode") then, whitout push off the button, start eh copier - stay on the 2 and 5 button - it may appear a new menu - if not try the 3 and 6 button - stop, 3 and 6, then start - then retry the 25 mode) in the 25 mode, you will have the 'dip switch menu' - be very careful with this menu, ti chages a lot of things!! then type 3 - 1 and type on OFF . restart the copier. if the F35-10 code come again, you'll have to change the fixing unit - and no user can say whanit appears. sometime, it can appear after a long period of shut off or, if the copier is somewhere cold...
if you don't have a netwok card in you Konica 7030 then you have to connect it to your computer over LPT cable or USB Cable then install the software from the Konica 7030 CD.
after that you can Share the installed Konica 7030 Printer and map it at the other computers.
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)