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Hp officejet 7410 all in one printer. Error message reads carriage jam. when you open the front of the printer on the right side you can see the brown strip has fallen off the white round thing. this is what allows the carriage to move back and forth. how can i fix this. i am unable to lift the brown strip back onto the white round thing. thank you

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It is trapped by the ink carrier assy.

Try pressing down on the block where the cartriges sit and move them to center.

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