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How to I determine the lifetime page count for a Sharp al-1642cs?

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How to I determine the lifetime page count for a Sharp al-1642cs?
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Simplest way is to press and hold down the clear key (C) for around five seconds.  The page count will display on the LCD screen in two screens of three digits each.  For example, 123,980 will display as 123 pause 980.
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Hi, I notice that it's been a long time since you visited this question.  Is there any additional information you need?
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