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Pretty much any movable panel can be considered a door on printers. Check everything is secure. If not is obvious then it may be a switch that detects whether an access panel is open could be faulty. Just an educated guess
Simple solution. I just had the same problem. Make sure the top cover on the left side is snapped in. It wasn't obvious that it was open. They should probably give a better code because it is not the scanner door that is open.
Access door is usually the one that opens to allow the insertion of new cartridges. Try opening and closing that one and restarting the device after completely unplugging from the mains and waiting 30 secs.
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Great job. You pretty much did all the troubleshooting needed. If those troubleshooting steps did not help resolve the problem, the most likely cause of the error is that the sensor inside the fuser has gone bad. It's a fuser problem. I suggest you contact Lexmark technical support or your authorized service provider for further assistance.
Open Open the back panel (the door on the rear) and pull out the paper if you can see it. If it isn't there, close it properly. It's possible that the paper would get torn, but don't worry about it, just pull out. Turning off and turning On the printer while you are pulling will be very helpful. If you still can't find it, then open the front panel (front door) and check. If you find it there, just pull it out. After you are done, close the door and restart your printer and resume the printing job.
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I have that exact problem at work. There is a bump on the right side of the lid...and when you close the lid it presses on a lever. Check and see that the bump actually pushes that lever downwards. That's how the printer determines that it's closed.