Unfortunately with the X75, a ‘flashing’ Status LED indicates one of two conditions:
- The unit is out of paper (or thinks that it is out of paper)
- A problem in another area (I know, not very helpful, but that is straight from the X75 User’s Guide)
I did find a reasonable Trouble Shooting guide in the X75 User Guide and not wanting to plagiarize the Lexmark document, I found two URLs that point to the actual document:
As this unit was recently relocated, the method in which it was relocated could help explain where the problem may be.
- If the unit was carried by hand and carefully, then there could be a seating problem or loose hardware inside the unit enclosure.
- If the unit was shipped by a mover (meaning it was packed and boxed) then the problem could be a broken paper tray sensor, a misalignment of the print cartridges, a misalignment in the print cartridge belt, or something related to the ‘print cartridge position sensors’
Something to consider is that just because there is paper in the unit, does not mean that the sensor logic is functioning properly to report this condition.
I hope this helped,