4. Grasp the handle of the filter box and pull straight out.
5. Remove the suction filter from the box.
6. Place the new suction filter into the box and push the filter box in until it stops and
is flush with the press.
7. Place the cover onto the filter box area.
Make sure to first insert the left two tabs of the cover into the left side of the box
area. Then push the entire cover flush to the press.
8. Insert the Torx driver with the screw attached into the cover and turn clockwise (right)
9. Either log in as the Administrator or ask the Administrator to perform the following
steps to reset the High Frequency Service Item (HFSI) count to zero (0), which indicates
a new filter has been installed.
a) At the control panel, press the Tools button.
b) Select the Tools icon.
c) Select System Settings > Common Service Settings > Maintenance.
d) Use the up / down arrow buttons to access the next Maintenance options.
After selecting the icon in following step, there is a 4 second delay before the
Technical Key Operator feature displays.
e) Select the Technical Key Operator icon. The Technical Key Operator feature
f) In the Part Number list, select Suction Filter.
g) Select Reset Current Value. The system resets the HFSI to 0.
10. Exit administrator mode.
a) To return to Tools tab, select Close twice.
The main Tools screen displays.
b) Select the Log In / Out button on the Control Panel.
c) When prompted, select Logout.
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