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Samsung ML 2010

Both led's blink when switch on

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    i have same problem

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Hi.Are you having any kind of problem with the printer? I only ask because this is normal for the Samsung ML 2010, I have two and they both do this when I switch them on and I have no problems with either. If you are having a problem post back and I will try my best to help you out. Hope this helps. Si :)

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