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HP 2200d - flashing amber light

The printer was working fine.  I recently changed to have it print two-sided pages by default.  I was printing a job and realized I wanted it to be only one-sided so I pressed the stop button.  The printing stopped and I withdrew the page from the back that had been printing.  I hit reset but the amber light still flashed.  I opened up the top, took out the cartridge, pulled out the drawer, opened the back to make sure no paper was still in there, unplugged everything and restarted it, but still get the flashing light.  Any suggestions.  Thank you.

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