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There are several approaches to this problem.
The simplest - and sometimes most expensive - is to replace the fuser, which is supposed to reset the error. (The only time that does not cost something, is when the fuser is provided free under warranty after you call Okidata about the problem. That's *if* your printer is still within warranty.)
Then, there's using a wire to reset the error. It sounds dangerous, and is quite non-standard, as approaches go. You could damage the printer rather easily.
And then... there's prevention. Take great care to only use print media officially approved for use with this printer model by Okidata, and leave the back tray open to discourage the wrapping-around-the-fuser problem from happening.