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First make sure that there is ink in the color cartridge. Take a damp cotton pad and put the cartridge on it for a few secs. This will bleed the colors out . See that you get all the colors. Then
Go to Control Panel> Printers and Faxes> right click on your printer's icon, go down to properties. There under advance, you can do a head cleaning. Under color management, set it to automatic.
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I have a couple of questions for some clarification of your problem.You say powers up but won't print. Does it fully come to ready and when you send a print job it is timing out and not printing? Or is it not coming to ready?
If the Power light is not illuminated, first check the power cable to ensure all connections are correct. Next, turn off the printer, then turn it on again. If the Power light does not become illuminated, the printer needs to be serviced. I believe if this doesn't work you have a bad power supply.