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Printer Cartridge Print Cartridge mechanism not moving - it seems that the band has come away and the black clip looks like it has to be attached to the print cartridge??...but where & how? Any help greatly appreciated...any drawings available? Regards Barry Ellis

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Cartridge moving suport motor is damage.or logic board not output release for motor voltage.and sorry no avalable any drawing

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