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Possible software problem?

When i plug in the power the printer lights flash and all lights go out except the flashing light for the little camera in the left corner and the system shuts down

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I don't remember a little camera light on the control panel of my 6110 (though there is a little telephone light on the left side that usually indicates the fax/modem line is in use), but it sounds more like an electrical fault. I suppose you could try to replace the power cord and power supply, but my guess is that the fault is intermal. You're most likely looking at taking the printer in for service. Good luck.

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