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Canon i455 printer displays canon service error 5C00

When I turn my printer on there is a high pitched "ratchetty" sound. The printhead does not appear to move and I cannot retrieve it manually from the far right position as I face it. The indicator light on the top of the printer flashes green and then amber continuously. When attempting to print using Microsoft Picture It! Photo 7.0, I receive a Canon service error 5C00.

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