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Service Error 79, when trying to print. Printer will power cycle again and again.

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I get the same issue with a cp1525nw.  Please let me know if ther is a solution.

I have never had dimm installed on this device and this is the first time having an issue.

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SAM

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My printer is power cycling and giving a "79 Service Error - Turn off and on". Please help.

 

Update:

I pulled out all the toners and reinstalled them. That seemed to fix the problem.

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I was getting the same error on our HP C5225.  The culprit was a free font!  I printed another file and it printed perfectly. The bad font appeared fine on screen, but the printer freaked out.  Outlined the font in InDesign and it printed normally with no errors.

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