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HP, LaserJet, 4600, A networked device, 51.2 Error Message

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Our networked LaserJet 4600, gives us an 51.2 Error Message, we have tried power cycling the machine and doing a cold boot, both with the same result, after initializing and configuring the machine flashes the alert light, and states it still reports an 51.2 Error Message.  After review on HP's website, over user guides and such and it seems it is a laser error, I was wondering if there is some sort of normal repair/maintenance we can do on the machine to repair it or will we have to have a specialist repair it?
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Quick response, thanks for your time, just needed laser verification.
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