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Error 51.23 on HP 3600 color laserjet printer

When the power is on it shows me this error message Error 51.23 which sum1 told me is the Yellow Scanner error. pls i want to know how i can fix this error and the procedure of not happening again

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Error 51.23 on HP 3600 color laserjet printer

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