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Please consider the their canon support. It has better solution rather than others

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This bulb is very fragile. Handle with care. I use tissue paper to touch but gloves should work. Make sure a fan is cooling the bulb when it is on. It gets VERY hot and will burn out if not air cooled. Turn off when not in use to extend life.

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Ativa appears to be a brand associated with Office Depot, with no actual maker. Shredder spares notoriously bad to source. The best bet would be to remove the switch and source it from an electronics component shop, or bypass it altogether.

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Mystery machines are difficult to diagnose.

Closing the rear door is the opposite of opening it. They usually have a press-catch on larger machines

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Open all the covers and check for a tiny piece of paper from when you you pull out the stuck paper. Did it tear?

Remove the printer power plug from the wall.

Reboot your computer.

Plug the printer back in and boot it up.

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Either the printing default is set to another paper size, possibly Legal, or the guides that hold the paper are too loose. It is telling you to add Letter size paper and is sensing a different size going through it. Go into Settings - Paper.

Make sure your Firmware and Software is up to date

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I would guess there is no frame output but there are a few reasons or causes of the fault - intermediate frequency (if) perhaps, demodulation, frame oscillator, frame amplifier or field coils.

I doubt pushing anything will fix it - you need to take it to an engineer...

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You are probably missing an insulating ring / washer that goes between your bearing and your armature (the shaft on the center part of the electrical motor. The fact that it does not have a grounded plug is not necessarily an indicator of age or safety so don't be too afraid. DeWalt still uses two prong cords to this day. In these tools they offer what is called double insulation, simply non-conductive material that separates electrical components from the user. The part number for the insulating ring is 681623-9. If you ever wanted to ground the tool you don't really need any special switches you just have to attach the grounding line to the metal casing.

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