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We have an office with an HP 4600 HDN printer error "service error 49.FF81".  Any ideas on what this is?  Im not onsite but can be If its something I dont have to vend out.  Thanks.
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I know this is for a 4100 but it may help

http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/forums/printer/6788
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