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Unable to enter service mode by pressing *28*.The * button at pressing it is not making the beep tone as usually the other keys does. I have changed all the switches in the panel what may be the reason. My prints are very light I wanted to increase the exposure.Please help me thank you in advance.

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Odds are, that the switch on the control panel PCB has a broken connector.... You might be able to resolder the connection. You will have to take the control panel "OFF" to repair it.... It is not easy to get to the PCB ...... Good Luck

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