Open your "Printers and Faxes" folder in the Control Panel (which you find by clicking on the Start button of you computer).
Double click on the icon for the printer you're having trouble with (Dell A920 in your case).
In that little box that pops up it shows all the documents that are waiting to print. Click on the Printer tab in the upper left hand corner and hit cancel all documents in the drop-down list.
Sometimes it will erase all but the last one, and it will forever say "deleting."
If that's the case, restart you computer go through the same steps I just outlined before trying to print anything else. Usually this will fix the problem of print jobs waiting in line to get printed.
To help prevent this problem in the future, watch real close whenever you try to print something, and when you see it isn't going to print, hit "cancel print" real quick before it gets bogged down and stuck. Then make sure there are no document "in queue" (as per the instructions above) before you try to print anything else.
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Inkjet printers need to be used frequently to prevent inkdrying out in the print head nozzles. If the print head cleaning maintenance routine does not clear the blockages,then print head needs replacing, but it may be expensive. It may be more cost effective to buy a later model and better printer thanreplace the print head.
2 Open the Dell Printer Solution Center on the computer. Click "Start," located in the bottom left corner of your computer. Select "Programs" from the menu displayed. Click "Dell printers." Click "Dell AIO Printer A920" and then click "Dell Printer Solution Center" to open the Dell Printer Solution Center.
3 Click on the "Maintenance" tab and select the option that says, "Clean to fix horizontal streaks."
4 Click "Print." This will print a nozzle print page, which forces ink through all of the nozzles to clean and unclog them.
5 Print a regular document again to see if the print quality has improved. Repeat the cycle up to two more times to improve printing quality.
Dell never provided Mac drivers for Dell Printers.....
Anyways,. I've searched on google and found this link for lexmark printer..
Please try this and let me know if that works???
Dell A920: Driver for Mac OS X 10.1.5, Mac OS X 10.2.x, and Mac OS X 10.3.x.: http://www.downloaddelivery.com/downloads/cpd/CJMX1100L1.hqx Driver for Mac OS 9.2.2: http://www.downloaddelivery.com/downloads/cpd/CJMA1100L1.HQX
The flashing LED is the diagnostic. Note the pattern then go to this web page and follow the instructions.
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