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Docucolor 12 Start Up Error 9-342 "System Failure"

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I am having a start up error on my docucolor 12 (error code 9-342) I have heard that this could be a BTR contact failure and that it may be repairable or might need to be replaced.

Anyone else know of a problem like this and or how they have resolved it?

Also not sure where this part is, so any assistance here would be good also.
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I don't have experience with Xerox, but here is a post that might help:

http://www.copytechnet.com/forums/xerox/11795-xerox-dc12-9-342-9-343-error-code.html
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