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Blank copies Try to give a real solution..I don'''''''t think hitting the machine with a sledge hammer is a technical solution..

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Blank copies are related to a empty or bad cartridges - Try cleaning your cartridges or replace them.
Try printing differents documents and see what happen.

Check yor printer cables
Check your printing settings
Check if your printer is "ready"
Check the connection between your computer and your printer.

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