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XX=01:Y XX=02:M XX=03:C XX=04:K XX=00:Any color
XX10 In INIT control of the initial setting,
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XX11 In INIT control of the initial setting,
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XX13 In INIT control of the initial setting,
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XX92 A computation result of patch reading in
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C and less than 73 for Bk 3 times in
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the developing unit
XX93 A computation result of patch reading in
patch detection is 522 or more for Y/M/
C and 543 or more for Bk 3 times in
succession.
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attachment of the developing unit, Check on a break
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ATR sensor
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