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My 750C printer tells me to clear the cartridge path, I see no problem. How do I clear error message?

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Your carrage belt probably needs replacing. Try and lubricate the shaft slightly with a drop of sewing machine oil. Look around either end of the belt where it goes around the motor on left side and tension pulley on left side, do you see a lot of purpleish bits/dust. If you do then the belt needs replacing.
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