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Unless you have a very expensive printer or you know of a store that has a wide range of used printers, it won't be worth your time and money to order a new cartridge tray for your printer. I would suggest buying a new 730 series printer and keeping the old one for spares. If however you're curious as to the price of a new cartridge holder it would be your best bet to browse to www.lexmark.com and do a parts enquiry from the website. Best wishes, Graemevm
Flashing light signals you that your cartridge ink is empty. Sorry to know you're in trouble with your printer. Here are my suggestions: You have to buy a new genuine cartridge or you can refill ink. Be warned! Refilling ink or using a refilled ink cartridges will not work until the ink cartridge chip or ink monitor is disabled. For instructions on how to disable an ink cartridge chip, please visit [http://www.ehow.com/how_6201242_disable-ink-cartridge-chip.html]
Now you can CURSE the manufacturer of your printer for making your life sucks by making it complicated the things that should be made SIMPLE and EASY. Printer or Cartridge, more or less, cost you the same. Don't you think the printer cartridges should be made simply refillable/usable unless they are broken, and we should be buying only the ink for the cartridges. It is SO ANNOYING, dude! Good luck.
did u changed / replaced the cartridge with original spare or refilled it?? do not panic..this kind of problem often follows with (esp. an unbranded) cartridge change and or refilling..!! it also can be the defective cartridge itself causing such problem..!! well
if u r a professional then just dip a cotton into isopropyl alcohol n
gently rub the connector sensor/ contact surface, n reinsert it
properly, gently rub on the head too n make sure ink is coming/flowing,
make sure the toner is not jammed or dried up, also have a glance on
the 'carriage' n see that no sensor pins are broken and or bend..!! ..if
u r not an professional, make sure it is properly inserted and the
ink-spill protective/head covering is removed.. if all the above fails, then it may b a defective or demo cartridge..!! and call ur system
They would rather you buy a new one. You may try try following number, it to is Dell repair. *For prices and availability on spare parts for this system call 1-800-357-3355.
It is a critical piece that is broken.
Let me know what happens.