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The ink level keeps popping up

The printer has several problems going on.
It keeps stopping and starting in the middle of coping it dosen't matter
whether it is one page or several pages. Some times the print is so small you can hardly read it.
It also seams to take to much time before it starts to print.

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Does this printer connected to the walloutlet directly? if not please connect it to directly...if still not working you just need to unplug the power cord and press the # and 6 key. while holding them both replug the power cord and release the two buttons once the printer starts up.. it will also go off then you can turn it on.. t ry copying again..

Hope this will help...

Good Luck!

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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