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Maintenance required: code dk - Sharp MX-2300N Color Copier

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Ok so the DK code means that the Black drum counter has reached its limit
To clear this you need to clear this easy you want
# , * , c , *
To enter service mode
Type in code 24 press start
Then you want sub code 07
Then you can select what you want to clear so the bk drum unit
Execute this yes then press the CA key the machine will restart and away you go
I also do advise that you service representative comes along at some point to check the machine it could need parts because if you stretch the life of parts your machine could become unreliable... But that is up to you.

Posted on Jul 13, 2010

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Hi how to rectify code CA IN SHARP MX2314 any one can help please

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SOURCE: I am getting a message "maintenacne required code:dk"

DK means the black drum has reached its maintenance life - 50k copies. you need to buy an ARC26DU drum unit. The drum counter will need to be reset after its installed.
here is a starting point : http://electronics.pricegrabber.com/fax-copier-supplies/Sharp-ARC26DU-Developer-Toner-Drum-Cartridges/m12754437.html
Hope that helps.

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SOURCE: Maintenance Required Code DK

black drum needs replaced

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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