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My printer light is only blinking i the paper is check and even the ink is up to level.....i try resetting but it not working....the light is blink which not allowing me to print any thing at all what to do???

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    Charles Mijares May 11, 2010

    Please check if the printer is properly connected your computer, and the correct drivers are loaded.

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