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Errors My printer says: Push the output tray all the way down, it will also tell me that the photo trya is not all they way in....but it is, i have tried everything...could you please help me.

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    how do i remove it???

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Just take the blue tray and remove it than insert it again where he suppose to be

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Unplug the unit for a little while from the wall and the computer , it may need to reset , otherwise there is a bad connection with it

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