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Can't print HI. Today morning,my printers decide not to print, and moreover, on the print server, the two LED's of "LTP 1 & 2" are both not lighting up. The link from the LAN is perfect. I would also like to know if i can log on to the printer, its ok ip - 192.168.0.50 Thanks.

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Try unplugging the printer and router and restart them your ip- my be used by other device. quicway.com

Posted on Aug 17, 2007

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