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HL 2700cn red and green lights flashing simultaneously - alarm and go buttons.. have switched on/off opened every door to see if a jam has occurred. The printer does not give any clue as to what the problem could be!!

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I have similar symptoms with my HL 2700CN. However, web interface to printer shows device status and reports "Missing Tray 1" error. (Tray 1 is present). Printer Firmware version number is reporting junk number, implies possible firmware corruption. I'm still investigating.

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