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Error 5C00 loud scratching sound when i switch on the printer. what do i do?

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5C00 is a purge assembly error, look inside on the right with a flashlight, make sure there is no paper scrap or or anything that doesn't belong. If nothing is there you need a new print engine, QM2-2020-000 around $100.00

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