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Error code E04-01

Tried the reset instructions for the DP-2005 but the F9 function doesn't have an LBP fuser rest option. any ideas?

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You should be able to open the front cover and close it. This should rest the warm up low temp. code. If not sounds like you have a blown fuse or thermal lamp. Are you able to see the heat (bright orange)lamp turn on at the exit side of the machine. or does the copier feel a little warm at the exit before indicating an error. Hpe this helps. Please leave + feed back

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