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Power button is blinking and Carriage is stalled

My printer has the same user. HP Officejet Pro K5300.. It displays the message 'Carriage is Stalled". The power button's lights is blinking and I've tried resseting it but nothing happen.

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There are two cartridge one is the ink cartridge which can be found on the left side of the printer (in front)and the other one is the head cartridge that can be found on the right side if you will open the printer cover that is the carriage check it if the flip cover is lock properly then try to reinsert the head cartridge..

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