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When i turn on my printer the light bar will not find the home position and make a grinding noise and i cant use the printer

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Hello sir; Check the end of carriage bar you sill find out something stop the carriage to reach the home senser that is the reason to make a grinding noise.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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