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Both led's are on!

I just installed a new toner/cartridge - my 3rd since buying this product in Feb 2006. It just won't print. Can someone help, please? Thanks.

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Both LED's usually indicate bad fuser unit. This is common after a power failure or voltage surge. Your unit is out of warranty, and a new fuser will most probably cost you around $90.00 - $110.00. I beleive a new unit will be your best shot.

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