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Sheyx, can you give me more information? Like what printer is having the issue, what program, how often is it occuring etc? 

 

 
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Agradeço pela dica.

Fiz o procedimento e funcionou.

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Thank you!! It works

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PCL XL Error

          

          Subsystem:        TEXT

           Error:                   InternalError 0x50

           Fle Name:           cheetext.c

           Line Number:     710

 

ES ESTE PUTO ERROR QUE NO PUEDO SOLUCIONAR YA ME CANSE DE PROBAR TANTAS COSAS.

SI ALGUIEN PODRIA AYUDARME POR FAVOR....

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Worked for me as well.  This had been driving me crazy for months.  lets hope it sticks.  My printer was a HP Color LasetJet CM1312 nfi MFP.

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This happened to me also. When I swapped out the fuser and rollers. What I did to fix it. It sounds weird but. I went into the 2ndary menu by hiting "Settings" and then hitting "left arrow" and X "Cancel" at the same time. Then I did the same procedure to swap out rollers basically. Scrolled down to Pick Roller (Which rotates them to where they can be replaced) Then powered down and powered back up. Worked great for me. I had alot of emails and settings saved and did not want to re-enter it all. Hope this option works for someone in the same situation as me. Not wanting to reset to default and lose all of your settings.

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