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Code erreur E7 03 SHARP AR-M350N - Sharp AR-M350N Copier

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E7-03 means that the machines hard drive has gone bad. It can be backed up and replaced by a trained copier technician.

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it is a very common problem on sharp copiers

that means the laser unit is defective, tou have to change it , allso is very expensive..

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