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There is a carrier jam

The printer cartriges are stuck in he side there not coming in to the middle when i open it. it says clear carrier jam but i dont know how. or how to get the cartriiges back in to the middle.

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Mine did same and made a horrible grinding/screeching sound. Turns out that the black cartridge cover was not completely closed. Once I removed cartridge and put it back in I unplugged the power source, waited 30 seconds, and repowered. Solved my problem.

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