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The Power light and the Resume light blink.

Print media is jammed in the
device.
Remove all media from the output
tray. Locate and clear the jam. For
more information, see Clear a jam
in the device.
The device carriage has stalled.
• Open the top cover and
remove any obstructions
(such as jammed media).
• Press (Resume button) to
continue printing.
• If the error persists, turn the
device off, and then on again

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