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All lights flashing on 7110 All-In-One

I rcvd printhead cyan error. I ordered and replaced and now the message keeps saying turn power off and back on and all the lights are flashing. I have turned off and on and unplugged numerous times but as soon as it comes back on all lights blinking. how do I reset the printer?

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  • kimby12000 May 11, 2010

    The semi-full reset worked like a champ!

    Thank you sooo much.

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Hi
The Lights flashing can occur if there is a power problem, paper jam or the Front panel overlay was not seated properly.

Try these steps :

1.Change the power source and if the All-in-One is connected to a surge protector or UPS, disconnect it and connect it directly to the power source.

2.Check for any paper jams by the rear access door.

3.Remove and replace the front panel overlay.

4.If the problem is the same, reset the All-in-one :
Press and hold # and 6 while plugging in the power.
Semi-full reset should be displayed on the screen.
Before resetting it, back up any faxes in the log as this step will clear the fax memory.

Let us know if you want to know something more else accept the suggestion.
Thanks for contacting fixya.com

Posted on May 11, 2010

  • kimby12000 May 11, 2010

    I tried all of your suggestions and the outcome is the same. The lights are all still flashing and the display still reads turn power off and on. Any other suggestions?

  • kimby12000 May 11, 2010

    I tried the semi full reset again and I pressed buttons until machine restarted and it is working now. Thanks.



    PS - you might want to add this step to your directions, but you were very helpful!!!

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