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That is a laser alignment issue...
You might get lucky:

1. unplug printer power cord from wall or powerstrip.
2. Turn ON printer (without the powercord plugged in).
3. Plug in powercord and turn ON printer again.

If error code 71 remains .... repeat above steps.... but I would advise replacing ($180 ~ $240) instead of repairing ($150)...

Hope this helps!


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