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I removed Drum Unit, emptied excess toner, cleaned and installed. After short start-up code cof32 appeared.

Minolta Office... | Answered on Jun 09, 2017


  • Code: 0501
  • Description: Fusing heaters trouble (edge)
    • Detected temperature of the heating roller thermistor (TH2; edge) does not go up a given range of temperature even after a lapse of given period of time at warm up. • The warm-up is not completed even after the set period of time has elapsed after the warm-up is started.
  • Remedy: 1 Check the fusing unit for correct installation (whether it is secured in position). 2 Check the open/close operation of the right door. 3 Check the fusing unit CN30-PRCB CN16, fusing unit-relay CN4AC-DCPU CN2 for proper connection and correct or change as necessary. 4 Change fusing unit 5 Change PRCB 6 Change DCPU
This is from manual, try to reset trouble code:
1-Turn the machine "OFF".
2-Press the "STOP" button on the basic panel.
3-Keep the button pressed and turn the machine "ON".
4-Do not release the button, until the machine warm up.
5-After few seconds Error code will remove and machine will reset.Basic menu will show no error on LCD screen.This means error code has been removed and photocopier machine is ready to use.

Hope it helps

Minolta Office... | Answered on May 30, 2017


M2 Call service.Maintenance M2, M1 Call service errors.To remove this error do the following steps.1-Press utility button on panel.2-Now press these buttons one by one, Press Stop, then zero, again zero, then stop,then press zero.3-its the code to get into service mode.4-After pressing above mentioned buttons you will enter into service mode.5-Now select service choice option.select it by pressing OK button.6-In service choice option you will see Maintenance count option.7-Select it by pressing Yes or OK button.8-There will be three options 0,1,2.9-Select 1, it will show a new menu, with numbers, now press C button to clear the counter.After the counter is cleared.Select 0 and press Reset button.

Minolta bizhub... | Answered on May 07, 2017


your machines NVRAM is bad, did you have the main board replaced ? You are going to need a technician to repair this as the either the machine firmware is corrupt or the NVRAM module need to be replaced along with the main board $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ you can not reset!!!!! the NVRAM module and or main board work together, or the firmware is corrupt not the print drivers but the machine operating system which (firmware) is on a secure server with access to only KonicaMinolta dealership technicians. Konica Minolta wants to protect its copier and printer operating systems.

Minolta Office... | Answered on May 06, 2017


There is no memory!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it is a analog machine!!!!

Minolta Office... | Answered on May 06, 2017


Sir.mam,
When was the last time the developer was replaced in the developer unit? If has been replaced, then you might have a bad ATDC (Automatic Toner Density Control) sensor Located right below the developer unit. If the developer was replaced when it was done was a vacuum cleaner used? IF so the static electricity from the vacuum clear destroyed the sensor, NEVER USE a VACUUM cleaner to remove the developer. Also when the developer was replaced, was counter cleared to tell the copier developer was replaced, the copier uses the counters to determine certain voltages for certain assemblies, if not image problems and codes can appear. Finally, was the F8 run after the developer was installed before ant prints or copies made? If not buy new developer and start over, counter is to be cleared first, then developer replaced, then F8 run.

Minolta Office... | Answered on May 06, 2017


When was the last time the developer was replaced in the developer unit? If has been replaced, then you might have a bad ATDC (Automatic Toner Density Control) sensor Located right below the developer unit. If the developer was replaced when it was done was a vacuum cleaner used? IF so the static electricity from the vacuum clear destroyed the sensor, NEVER USE a VACUUM cleaner to remove the developer. Also when the developer was replaced, was counter cleared to tell the copier developer was replaced, the copier uses the counters to determine certain voltages for certain assemblies, if not image problems and codes can appear. Finally, was the F8 run after the developer was installed before ant prints or copies made? If not buy new developer and start over, counter is to be cleared first, then developer replaced, then F8 run.

Minolta Office... | Answered on May 06, 2017

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