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Machine does not copy

Whenever the Start Copy button in depressed the message on the screen says 'LSU error'. End result is no copy.

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  • tshai Aug 29, 2007

    Hi,
    I changed the printhead but the LSU error persists
    Could the problem be the mechanism that controls the movement of the scanner unit?

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LSU Error occurs when your printer printhead is damaged. Change your printer printhead, the printer will be ok.

Posted on Aug 26, 2007

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