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Dell 5100cn error message

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Cleaned entire printer, go to print out something  printer warms up and then comes back with this error message 006-370 restart printer...restart but never gets past error...did google search on problem and error means moisture but there is no moisture that I know of...also posted error on fixya web site
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According to http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/5100cn/en/UG/section18.html that error means there may be moisture condensation inside the printer. Turn off the printer, move it into a warm dry room for a couple of hours and try again. If that does not help, you'll need to call a service tech.
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