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Blinking light When the power is on all powerboard lights are on and doesn't work any bottom to work.

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Check the fuser connection
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check the lever located on laser assembly which controls the gate of laser assembly
this solution is for p1005, 1006, 1010 , 1020, 1102, 1102w
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