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Hp officejet k8600 printer won't print

The problem is that a paper was jammed and when i removed it, it started giving a message of carriage stalled. a friend of mine came and ckecked it out and said he really didn't know. the print heads move, but the green light blinks and the resume button. you press them and you hear weird noise and green light stays blinking and message comes out again. carriage is stalled. i need help it's a new printer just 7 months old.
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Usually this defect is caused by the cleaning station that may be stuck.

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After going thru this machine, i found cleaning station not working, well, motor is same as those on office jet 7110 series, so if that is problem switch out motors, and test

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SOURCE: The carriage is stalled message on my hp officejet H470 printer

Check the printer again to see if a very small jam is present. If totally clear, press the Resume button. If same result, power the printer Off / On.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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