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Locating the Developer on Toshiba e-studio 2550c

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Hi;

I need to locate the developer on a toshiba 2550c.
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How do you mean?  A little more detail?
 
Does this help?: < https://www.facebook.com/toshiba.estudio >
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I just need to know where it was physically located on the copier.

I have since found it.
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Great. You found it.  That's all that matters.  :-)
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Found it otherwise but thank you for trying to assist.
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