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Intermitent Ticking When power is on the printer has an intermitent ticking (approximately 16 ticks, then silence, then ticking, etc.) When ticking the Alarm light blinks. I recently had to disconnect the printer, computer, etc., due to a coming storm. The ticking problem did not exist prior to the disconnect. The printer copies and faxes as usual. Any possible answers are appreciated.

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I determined that there was an incorrect connection from the printer to the main phone line jack. The DSL connection and the printer were reversed.

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