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PostScript Initializing During the error code37,004.40, I can print the status page from the netnternet (on a another printer) & it says 'PostScript Initializing' I'm just trying to make a final decision to dump or fix?????

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Frequently you can clear that code by disconnecting and reconnecting the plugs to the document feeder/scanner and processor.
Mostly the molex connector that runs from the scanner to the side of the machine by the power cord. Mounted sideways.
If that doesn't cure your problem then most likely you have a electronics module problem. If you don't have a maintenance agreement, you can buy a printer cheaper then you can replace that module.

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