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Error message E7

I've tried turing the power off, opening and shutting doors, nothing works. It was a donated machine to our agency, and all it does is flash that error message. Is it fixable? Or should we push it out the window?

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Ok thsi is fixable E7 is an Automatic Document feeder or finisher problem. There should be another 2 other numbers flashing after the E7 to tell you where in these options the fault is. Hope this helps

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