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It will not finish until alignment procedure is followed properly. tap the  point without movement until pointer goes to the next corner. better try again

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It is the test page it is alignment test page just put the printed alignment test page paper on scanner glass and press the scan button to complete the process. It is alignment process which is printer is doing for self testing after installing new cartridge. Just finish the process.

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When i changed printer ink cartridge it will not print


make sure after changing the ink catrisge you done the alignment test .just complete the process .
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  1. On your computer, go to "Start," "Programs," "Lexmark Series." Click "Lexmark Control Program."
  2. Step 2 Select the "Cartridges" tab. Click "Change Cartridges." The Change Cartridges screen appears, displaying the animated instructions for installing or changing cartridges. When you have finished viewing the animation, click the "Finished" button.
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