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Printing pictures from memory cards

I follow the instruction for cx4800 and after installing the flash card press the start collor button as per instruction . Error light comes and all of the green lights are flashing to. We have printed pictures defore. Can you help.

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>remove the flash card - try making a standalone copy
>try another card

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