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The printer is not working

Hi there, our printer has been out of action for the last couple of weeks and ive cancelled all the print jobs, but i think its to do with the scanner, it just makes this rickity noise after a few seconds of turning the system on. it does this for a little while.then beeps three times, then all the lights flash on and off with a message reading "scanner failure. turn power off then on again"....it literally responds to nothing..i definately think its fixable...

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Please refer to this link and this will definately help to resolve your issue.


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Moses

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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