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Noise while printing with copier

While printing with the NP6050 I am experiencing some fluttering noises that really sound like the whole machine is comming apart, it's comming from the back side or the opposite side from where the paper comes out at, the copies i'm referring too. the noise sounds like something is grinding or rubbing up against something on the inside loud and obnoxious, please help

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....whatever it is, understand that you need a technician

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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