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I'm getting this error on my CopyCentre C20. I see no paper jams and recycling power doesn't seem to make error message go away. Any ideas anyone??

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Yep, easy fix. Look into the area where your copies come out, between the paper try and scanner. look towards the upper back and you will see a flag sensor, about 2 inches wide and 1 inch in height. It has come out of the 2 clips it snaps into. Carefuly move it around until you line it up properly then snap it back into the clips it mounts to. You may have to gently squeeze those clips together to hold the flag in place.
That is your problem. Easy one to resolve.

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