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Multipass print head stopped working

When I went to reload paper on my printer I heard the head move and then heard a loud noise abd the alarm light went on advising me to "check Printer press resume key" When I did this the same loud noise appeared. When I opened up the cover to look at the print head, the head did not move. Is there a band or some device that my be broken? If so any ideas on how to repair or is it not repairable. A.P. DePirro

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Re: Multipass print head stopped working

Try to move the printhead left to right. and make sure there is nothing obstructing it. Also make sure you ink cartridges are in securely. If that doesnt work let me know.

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