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Alarm light Microline 320 Turbo 9 pin printer - won't print

We have an Oki Microline 320 Turbo 9 pin printer. The alarm light has come on, and we cannot get it to shut off. The printer won't print while it's on. We've tried re-setting the machine but the alarm light just will not turn off. Any ideas

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We swapped out the printer for another one we had in the office that was working. The new printer also got the alarm light. From that we concluded that it was a bad serial card. We swapped the serial card from another printer, and the original printer started working perfectly. Now we just need to find out where we can purchase another serial card, as we have no more 'spares' around here.

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