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No Power but awful 1st noise

This printer/copier etc.. will not turn on, when I unplug from outlet and replug the cartridge spinner (I suppose)makes a horrible noise like something is holding it back then after a few seconds the cartridge lifts and slides as it is preparing to work normally. Again, the power button will not turn on machine otherwise??? Heide

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Have you checked to make sure there is nothing stuck in it?thats what i would do first.

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Solution

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  3. Close the print cartridge flaps after removing the print cartridges.
  4. Turn the printer off and then on again.
  5. Replace the print cartridges.
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If the resume light continues to blink after the print cartridges are released,

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the print carriage is stuck or makes a grinding noise, follow these steps.

Solution

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  5. Take out the print cartridges and close the top cover.
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