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Yellow light is blinking; status says "operator error"

The yellow light is blinking; nothing happens when I push the resume button.  I've powered down multiple times to no avail.  It won't print at all.

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Try powering down, uninstalling the printer drivers.
Reboot the PC
Reinstall the printer drivers and it should work fine.

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Hi,

Through the use of our inklink products over the years I have found that the best way to bypass this error is make sure that there is no foreign objects in the printheads path.

Another thing to try is remove the printhead from the printer and wipe down the base and back of it removing any excess ink, if you have contact spray you can spray it on the contacts on the back of the printer and on the contacts inside the printer.

Reinstall the printhead and you should now be up and running.

Posted on Oct 16, 2013

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