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I have Xerox M-24. It goes through self test, turns on for two seconds and then off, saying a fault has occurred. The code is 116-349. Sometimes it actually starts up and works, then it throws this fault code, but today it will not work at all. My "tech guy" says it's a software fault and to press 6, stop and powersave while powering on. I do that and it reboots and says "Download Mode," but nothing else happens. I think it is waiting for something to download. What is going on, and what should I do?

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ENTERING THE AZC SELF-DIAGNOSTIC MODE
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following:
(1) Depress the A/C and Recirc buttons at the
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