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Try to look for a ruler or something that will make you press the cartridge cover fully. It may be loose or not snap in properly thats why the cartridge holder won't go all the way.
Hope this helps.
Take the cart out and put it back in there might be some loose connection.
The red light flashing is caused by that bad or damaged cartridge. You can always try cleaning the electrical contacts on the cartridge and inside the ink
cartridge holder assembly, with a damp Q-Tip. Then dry the contacts with a new dry Q-Tip and retry the cartridge. If that does not help, and you still have
your old cartridge, try reinstalling it, even if its empty and see if that printer time out problem goes away.If it goes away replace the cartridge.
You have a cartridge refill
The fuse is 250mA (250 volt but this is not critical) go and 315mA. The fuse is 3/4" inch long (20 mm) round glass with metal ends. The electrical contacts are not in the cartridge they are inside the printer. There is a plastic fuse holder on the cartridge, even the starter cartridge. If you face the cartridge with the green roller horizontal and down, the fuse holder will be on the right side just above the phillips screw and in front of the white gear you can see inside the cartridge. The fuse installs horizontally, (in line with the green roller). You just simply pop it into the holder. (I wish I knew how to post a photo, it's really easy when you figure it out.) This will stop the annoying flashing red LED and your system tray will say the cartridge is full. Good luck!!!
Hi It maybe one of the fuse gone. You have to change the fuse:
The fuse is 250mAh and 3/4" inch long (20 mm) round glass with metal ends.The electrical contacts are not in the cartridge but inside the printer: There is a plastic fuse holder on the cartridge, even the starter cartridge. You just simply pop it into the holder. This will stop the flashing red LED and the system tray will say the cartridge is full. All The Best: Pineworks
Hi, it's not ready for a replacement cartridge yet, the printer is only LOW on ink not OUT of ink. continue to use the printer until the flashing red light remains on solidly, then the head will move to the replace cartridge poswition when you press the button.
unplug your printer try to move the ink case manually. if you could remove the ink cartridge, then clean the contacts both on the cartridge and case. return the cartridges then move the case to its original location plug
Remove the right ink cartridge (color). You will get an error saying the cartridge is empty, but ignore that. Hit cancel on your printer. Print your job...when your print screen comes up, under preferences check the box for print colors in black and white. Your printer should print just fine without the color cartridge. Ignore the flashing red light.