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All leds' are amber and solid... no flashing.

I've tried unplugging power and rebooting system. No change. When trying to print, error message: "There was an error found when printing the doucment to LPT1. The device is not ready. Do you want to retry or cancel the job? We had a serious lighting storm and there was a close strike before the led's light to amber.

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Have you unplugged the printer and retried? Also check for a paper jam.

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