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Ip4300 printing blank pages

Hi, My printer has just started printing blank pages although on the preview they are fine. Please help! Sue

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  • Sue Hulme Nov 05, 2012

    Hi Sorry that I might seem thick but the mention of the blue nozzle over the printer head, where is that and where is the printer head situated?

  • Sue Hulme Nov 09, 2012

    HI Tony, when I do this I just get a box come up that says 'operator error, press the reume button'. I do this but nothing happens, and it just tells me to cancel printing. Sue

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