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1: the cartridges have run out. They are quite small and will give 40 to 50 pages of text or 10 to 15 pages with colour. You might be lucky to get a couple of photos of a full set of cartridges. Take them out and feel the weight - if they feel really light they will be empty.
2: the print head has dried out. Take it out of the printer, wash it in warm water (just water) and dry it with a paper kitchen towel. Replace it and try again.
3: it is possible that the print head is faulty, but there are usually lots of flashing lights to indicate a problem and the machine would not be feeding paper.

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