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Canon PC1 personal Copier -- Printing

I put a brand new toner cart in and it feeds paper through properly.  I am thinking that maybe it is a bulb of some sort or something is clogged that I can clean out.  I cannot find the manual for assistance.

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When you making copy if the lite comes on. than you dont need any bulb. if not you need it

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