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To stop auto calibration in toshiba color mfd

To stop auto calibration

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Better not to turn off the calibration, otherwise it will cause other errors.

If your colour printing is less than 5% ration, perform following. Turn the code 08-2692 "Prevention of color toner low density / ON/OFF setting" to ON, and then set number of sheets to be judged at the code 08-2693 "Prevention of color toner low density / Judged
number of sheets setting".
08-2693 u can put higher value such as 20 or above to delay the colour calibration.

Posted on Apr 09, 2014

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    How to enter the service mode? I can't find !!

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I have a vision T9500 treadmill. My husband was recalibrating and it got stuck in the highest position and is displaying E5 in the window. Any ideas how to get it down?


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With the safety key in place, turn the treadmill ON . Press and hold SELECT. Now you can perform auto-calibration by pressing START.

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If it doesn't help then the motor control module is faulty. You have to replace or repair the motor control module.

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Hi i have a vision fitness 9450 hrt and i'm getting an error message: E6


Typically an E6 error message indicates that the machine needs to be recalibrated because the elevation motor is out of range or that you have a loose cable connection. Below are the auto calibration instructions. Please make sure that no one is on the machine because it will speed up quickly.


STEP 1 ENTER ENGINEERING MODE

With the safety key in place, hold "ELEVATION UP" and "SPEED

DOWN" buttons for 5 seconds. Software version will appear in display

window for a few seconds before model displays.

Press "STOP" , "ENG1" will appear in display window.

STEP 2 AUTO-CALIBRATE

Press "ELEVATION UP" until "ENG4" is displayed.

Press "SELECT" , display will read "AUTO".

Press "START". Unit will calibrate, when finished "END" appears in

display window, then "ENG1".

STEP 3 EXIT ENGINEERING
Press and hold "STOP" to exit engineering mode


I would also suggest that, with the power to the machine off, you check all of the wire connections underneath the motor cover, the assembly connection that sits where the mast meets the console and underneath the faceplate. Check to be sure that all of the connections are secure and that the pins within the cables are seated properly.


If you are still having any problems you can reach a knowledgeable Vision Fitness Representative toll free at 800-335-4348.

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