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The problem is either a corrupt print job that the copier is trying to process or the copier's hard drive is faulty.
Firstly, turn off the copier, check all P.C's that are connected to the copier & purge any print jobs that are currently spooled on the P.C's. Next, turn on the copier & see if it comes ready. If it does, try to print a known document from a P.C. If the error occurs again then I would suspect the hard drive on the copier is faulty.
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screen you can type on. Hold down the space bar with a small tip (like the edge
of an eraser), but don’t use anything so sharp it cuts through or that will
leave ink spots. Hold it down and wiggle it on the bar keeping constant
pressure for about a minute or until you see a response. See if you start getting
a full or partial response from the key. If you do…the problem is dirt; if not,
it is either dirt or broken…you may need to take it apart to clean it out, but
this is common. There are plastic guards sold that prevent the innards from
getting dirty and will save you a lot of grief.