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Red Beam stuck on

The red beam is stuck on. The trigger seems to be just fine and doesn't appear to be stuck. The beam stays on whether the gun is mounted to the base or not. We can't scan anything or try to reprogram because the beam does not respond with any bar codes. I've never ran into this problem with any of our Symbol guns. Any Ideas? Thanks!

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