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The error indicates that the yellow photoconductor (pc) unit has nearly reached its rated life. You can still continue printing but will be at risk for developing print quality issues. It's advisable that yellow pc unit be replaced.
NOTE: When a pc unit is replaced, you will also need to manually reset the pc page counter as well.

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