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Factory Reset Lexmark CX860

Factory Reset Lexmark CX860

Factory Reset Lexmark CX860

I am attempting to factory reset a lexmark cx860 and I have not been able to find a way without having the admin account for the device. The printer was set up before I started working on it and no one knows what the accounts or passwords for the device are. The defaults are not working. I have tried booting while holding 2 and 6 to no avail. Any suggestions would be apprecieted.

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RE: Factory Reset Lexmark CX860

Assuming you have already found this following info which states you may be able to reset via a jumper on the motherboard after a full disassembly: https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/2085346-fac...
Unfortunately I cannot find a pinout or tutorial showing said jumper....

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