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If you are getting Incompatible ink cartridge error and These cartridges were replaced a year ago, I think its time you call them once again. ( 1-800-474-6836 ) and report the issue. They will ask you for the Cartridge details like part # and expiry date on the cartridge.
Would you mind if I ask you to please clarify? Did you call FixYa or did you call the Printer Manufacturer support? If you reference number and the order number is FixYa's, I'll help you forward it to the FixYa support so that they can verify the order and it's status.
Since you didn't mention the Printer's model and Brand, I can't give you any tip, it'd be much appreciated if you can let me know about your printer so that I can help you fix the problem.
I have solved this problem with read post at http://slayo.com/how-to-fix-error-e3-canon-mp198-printer.html thanks to slayo.com "Canon MP198 Printer Error E3 is becaused something inside of the printer
that makes paper sensor not function properly. To fix this
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A few days ago my HP Deskjet, 4100 Series, All In One printer just stopped working in the middle of printing. I got a new power cord/power pack and now the light comes on but there is no response when I try to print. It is as if the machine is not even turned on.
yep! e3 means a machine error and it need a service technician to fix it. furthermore may i ask what e3 code displays on the screen (you might see something like this e3 10 , e3 40 , e3 01 etc) i can still help you if it is e3 10 :)
1) Remove the Kodak printer and all its software. 2) Disconnect the USB cable from the computer. 3) Reinstall the entire software applications for the printer just as if you were installing it for the first time. 4) When asked to connect the printer .. Use a different USB port .. even if you have to switch something out .. but do this step irregardless.
Now what I want to know is .. 1) Can you print from the computer? 2) Black still "gone" ?
Looks like there is something stuck in the insides of the printer preventing it from running to one side. A small paper clip, Ball pin etc., can cause this. You might have to take it apart and look for it. I had fixed a similar problem recently and the stuck object is "HAIR BALL!"