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  • gsdlady123 Sep 30, 2010

    Hi Where do I find the scanner knob? Thank-you!

  • gsdlady123 Sep 30, 2010

    Hi Where is the scanner knob? Thank-you!

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Hi, on this machine there is a scanner lock which you can turn by mistake which creates the scan code L, locate the the scanner locking knob and turn it back or better still remove it completely, this should get rid of your problem...

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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    Tunde Autos Sep 30, 2010

    Hi, your scanner lock is engaged and is preventing the scanner from moving. Check the clear plastic dial located under the far left upper side of the copier, near where the paper exits the machine. Make sure it is in the unlocked position.

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