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Carriage will not move. Found thin black belt frayed and broken.

Are there spare parts and is this fixable by someone with little familiarity with the mechanics of this printer?

I am not in the mrkt yet to update my 6y PC running XP.

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Belt is "Taiming Belt" contact your hardware consultant

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