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PRINTER IS OVER HEATING WHEN IN USE. STEAM COMING

PRINTER IS OVER HEATING WHEN IN USE. STEAM COMING FROM PAPER OUTLET

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May be moisture in paper. If its then printing continuosly steam will come out. this is normal while the printer used at or near coastal belt. Pl. check out water slipage inside the paper tray.
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