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Hp 2115 - clicking noise from carriage, can`t print test page

As soon as the printer initializes, the printer carriage makes a clicking noise and all 3 quality lights come on and stay on.

I can`t print a test page as the printer display flashes up "scanner" very quickly and then it disappears.

I have tried to clean the cartridge, but the printer says "busy - printing in progress" - there is nothing in the print queue.

It won`t copy - printer says "starting copy" and then nothing

Any ideas?

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I have an HP 6110 is always has a grinding noise.No functions work. HP just want me to buy a new machine. They are bad quality 3 in one's. That is for sure.

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Open the print carriage access door. Check for any packing material that may be blocking the internal components. Check for an orange shipping lock that may still be in place on the left side. Pull the shipping lock out, if present, and discard.

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Sounds like when you pulled out the paper jam, you misaligned the print carriage. That would produce both the noises you hear and the print quality issues. HP.com has a few web pages on their site that might help. The first one deals with noisy print carriages. Unfortunately, it's not dedicated to just your product, but the steps should generally apply:

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