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Juddering When I turn it on it makes a juddering sound and won;t otherwise function. The sound doesn't stop if I press cancel etc. I've had this before over the years with this marvellous printer and it has always gone away if if I just leave it overnight - but this time not. This time it started after I changed the cartridge but there was no paper in it to print the test sheet - then the juddering started. Anyone else had this? Any ideas? Thanks

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    1. When I turn it on it makes a juddering
      sound and won;t otherwise function. The sound doesn't stop if I press
      cancel etc. I've had this before over the years with this marvellous
      printer and it has always gone away if if I just leave it overnight -
      but this time not. This time it started after I changed the cartridge
      but there was no paper in it to print the test sheet - then the
      juddering started.

      Anyone else had this? Any ideas?
      Thanks

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Okay TRY THIS: open printer cover (printer unplugged) LOOK FOR A LARGE SILVER BAR THAT THE INK CARTRIGES RIDE ON .

APPLY two or three drops of 3 in 1 oil to the top of this bar close cover and plug back in the wall see if this helps.

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