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The error code your gettting E000020 is a drum code (imaging unit). You however do not have the complete digits after the E000020-????. Those digits define which drum needs to be replaced. You don't need to go into service mode to clear the error. You only need to buy the correct drum and put it in with the power off. Once it is replaced and the machine is turned on it will register and clear its internal error code. To help, here is what the ending codes mean. The xx's have further meaning but in most cases all roads lead to the same result (replace drum imaging unit).
The H4 code indicates the fuser may have blown the thermistor. It also could be a false error code. Try this series to clear the error and if it returns, then you'll know for sure the fuser is the culprit.
To reset press the following buttons:
L1-00 indicates scanner unit feed trouble. U need to perform following checking: 1. Check release of the headlock switch 2. Check scanner unit operation using SIM 1-01 3. Check the drive belt is properly applied to the scanner unit
on the toshiba Estudio 150 there is a lock for the scanner unit underneath the left side of the scanning unit where you would put your hand to get a copy. what happens most of the time is someone unintensionally turns that know which in turn gives the error code because the scanner cannot move. check to make sure that the lock is in the unlocked position. this plastic lock can be removed with a screw driver. other times we have found that the scanner rail underneath the glass needed to be lubercated with a light oil. to do this the four top screws on the top corners of the machine would need to be removed and the glass will lift off. once the glass is off you will see a silver bar that runs across the scanner unit that the scanner rides on. take some light oil like typerater oil put on finger and coat the siver rail with it by running you finger of oil on it. put back together and try. if that doesnt solve it the only other thing i have seen is broken scanner lamps and in that case it needs to be repaired by a service tech.