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Blinking yellow light similar like this (8~)

My lanier 6425 on the status screen it keeps blinking a yellow light. the light is similar to a figure eight and a squiggly line(8~)

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  • johnhz33 May 22, 2009

    fixed it.

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It means there is a paper jam in the machine.

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Figure 4-4
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