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PRINTING THE ALARM IS ON AND EVERTIME I TRY TO SET IT IT STARTS AND GOES SO FAR AND SAYS ERROR SPACING. THE MANUAL I HAVE DOES NOT HELP AT ALL

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  • stephan845 Mar 18, 2009

    we have the same problem "ERROR SPACING" have you fixed your printer? what was done?

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