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I have a Canon ImageRunner 1023iF copier/FAX machine

The "Processing /Data " Green light stays on. I think it happened after a failed FAX attempt. I cannot clear it, the machine has plently of paper.
Please Advise;
Carl Patturelli (617) 525-7592
[email protected]

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Check view setting button to see if any jobs are pending if so you can clear them in there, try unpluging the machine for a few minutes if none of this work it could be the main board

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