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Riso 3770 Error Code T11

My 3770 stopped in the middle of running a job and displayed error code T11. Any clues on what this is and how to fix it? I already tried the clear codes and that didn't change anything. Also turned the machine off and back on. No change.
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This is a presure motor lock eror . you will have to unplug the potentiomotor on the back of your IO board

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    Where is the IO board. Thank you

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This is a presure motor lock eror . you will have to unplug the potentiomotor on the back of your IO board .

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