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Error message i printed a copy on stack by-pass and after i received an error message E000001-0002 any Ideas

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The fixing unit is faulty.to clear the error do the following
press additionel function button and press2and8 at once and press additionel function button.select COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR.

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