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Attention Light Is Rapidly Blinking Orange

When this printer is turned on it makes a really loud creaking sound for about ten seconds, then the attention light is papidly blinking orange, and nothing prints.

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  • Frank Zhang
    Frank Zhang May 11, 2010

    it is better you offer your printer brand name and model, I could check your printer what's wrong inside.

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Sorry I got it, usually you may try:
1) check all paper road no paper inside include the area betweem input tray and cartridge unit the area wetween cartridge and fuser unit and output tray.
2) check 4 sensor input sensor near the input tray roller, marging sensor between input roller and cartridge unit, cartridge sensor at oneside of cartridge unit body, fuser sensor near fuser roller. usually need to clean or adjustment the position.
3) check input roller and cartridge unit and fuser unit at running condition when the power on.
anyone nothing running show error light blink, also show the hardware trouble if all sensors are normal.

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