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The supplies life counter has gotten counted down to zero, according to what I found about the Maintenance 2 (M2) error. It signifies that it is time to do routine maintenance and ... well, do routine scheduled maintenance.
Hopefully that just happens to bring up a nonexistent paper jam message also, though that sounds improbable to me.
You can clear the M2 by entering service mode, then doing [CLEAR DATA], supposedly.
(I presume you do not need to be instructed how to inspect and remove paper jams from this model, but let me know if you do.)
Be warned: if you simply clear the error, without performing the scheduled maintenance, there will be problems by and by, if not sooner.
Service Mode on this machine:
First press the Utility button,then
then scroll to 'Clear Data,' and then 'Supplies Data' and clear.
Then exit service mode by turning the machine Off for several minutes or longer. Be careful in Service Mode, don't change anything but what you intend to and know about, or the machine might be crippled!
The drum counter, the developer counters, and other counters (that dictate the life and the replacement-time of consumable replaceable components in the machine) will be cleared. If these are not actually replaced too, copy/print quality will assuredly soon deteriorate.
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