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I'm trying to print but it doesn't just the button next to the X button is flashing which looks like a flame what's wrong with it?

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I had this problem. I thought it was out of black ink because it was spitting out blank pages. I replaced that cartridge and then the flashing, yellow water drop started and it wouldn't print. I replaced the color cartridge and that fixed the problem.

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That indicator just means there is some problem. It's impossible to tell which exact problem it is without the help of an HP representative.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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