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Printer problem i wanted to print a document but then my printer doesn't work. The ink was stuck on one side. It doesn't go to the other side or it doesn't move at all. how can i fix it?

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Hmmm..you mean the cartridge carrier? Try turning off the printer(unplug from the outlet) let it rest for around 1 or 2 minutes(to discharge all the electronics) and then try again. You may have a jammed carriage assembly, from what you're saying, but sometimes it also happens when the machine hits a power speed bump too.

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