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Ordered a Contact sensor unit HH7-2424-000 but it has a different connector than the one that came out of the machine.

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Is it possible that you have an LC 2050P instead of an LC 2050?? HH7-2424-000 contact sensor belongs to both 2050 / 2060 LC fax machines, however, HH7-2520-000 belongs to an LC 2050P fax machine. Perhaps that is the difference, or am I missing an update? Let me know which model you have please.

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