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Xerox Phaser 8560DN Randomly Prints Cleaning Page

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I have a Xerox Phaser 8560DN that is randomly printing cleaning pages, sometimes 2-3 per day.  At first I thought it was a problem with the power outlet losing power.  I moved it to a different room and plugged into an outlet with nothing else plugged into it.  It is still printing the cleaning pages.  I have attached a scan of the last cleaning page it printed. Xerox-Phaser-8560-Cleaning-Page.pdf

Please provide any advice on what might be causing this.
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To check whether it is a power issue, enable the Start Page. Then, when the printer reboots it will print that page (as well as the cleaning page). If that happens, the printer's power supply may have a problem. You can enable the Start Page from the front panel menu or via your browser.
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Good advice.  I will do that, and see what happens over the weekend.  I have also updated to the most current firmware to see if that will help.  Thanks.
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