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Lexmark T642 Laser Printer error message922 02

My brand new printer is giving me an error code 922, Service fuser error. Any thoughts on why this would occur?

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Service fuser error requires a maintenance kit, this is approx $1000 + installed, if this is new, I would be taking it back because it shouldnt have this error. You possibly might be able tto fix it by replacing the fan in the back but thats only worked for me in approx 1 out of every 10 times.

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