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Xante CL30 Fatal Error 177

I am getting this error as soon as I try to send a print job to the printer. Anyone have any ideas what this could be?

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  • tallygeek Feb 24, 2009

    It ended up being the fuser.

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I think that's a buffer overflow error, but if you get that error no matter what you print I would check to make sure your memory isn't bad.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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    NA NA Feb 25, 2009

    Good to know, Thanks.

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