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Trouble scanning or faxing

My all in one will still print fine,  but when I go to fax a document,  or scan a document,  it will begin the process and then a loud noise,  like a slipping gear RRREEEEEEE  and the process stops halfway,  error lights flashing.   Heard of this?

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Yeppers..that's the mechanism under the glass..sounds like either it's stuck or the belt is going bad..service level issue, I'm afraid.




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