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replacing a cartridge, while the nozzles are blocked won't help.
Realise the printer will mix there colours to get "black" on the paper. So even a full cartridge, can't make the other colours black till the blockage is gone.
Please try this. If you have ink cleaning fluid, (only for printer ink) use that, if you dont have cleaning fluid, use clean water.
Open the printer as if you replace a cartridge. Remove the black one and look tot the bottom of the cartridge holder. There is a little pipe, where the ink should go in. put some drops water or cleaning fluid in there leave it a few minutes. with a tissue dry it and again insert some drops of water or cleaning fluid. Then put in a cartridge and give the printer a black and white print job. Like print a few A4 papers. Let it print till the black comes back. Can take up to 4 pages A4. I hope this will unblock the nozzles.
Please even if you don't need to print, switch the printer on at least once a week. And even better, let it do a bit of printing every week. This will save a lot of frustration.
In hot weather we see many batteries fail - usually from a dead cell. It has 12 volts but not enough amps to handle the loads. Most cars need 10 volts and 200+ amps to engage the starter. Could also be a failed starter solenoid, neutral safety switch, poor connections, or the key switch.
TRY EMPTYING THE WATER / FUEL FILTER , EMPTY FUEL TANK FROM UNDER VEHICLE & PURGE TANK OF FORIEN MATERIAL WHICH COULD BLOCK OFF PICK UP & THEN FALL OFF PICK UP WHEN PUMPS NOT SUCKING, TRY REMOVING AIR LOCKS WHICH COULD BE IN THE FUEL LINES VIA THE FUEL PUMPS PRIMER SAME AS U HAVE TO DO WHEN U RUN OUT OF FUEL.
Press the Go and Rotate Carousel buttons simultaneously. This will calibrate the printer. See if this works.
Otherwise....Remove all cartridges and drum. Switch off printer. Close the lid. Switch on printer and wait until any churning stops. Insert the drum and close the lid. Wait until any churning stops. Put in one cartridge at a time, closing the lid and wait till it stops churning each time. With the last cartridge put in, it will churning longer (calibrating). Try to print from your computer.
It could also be that the toner could actually have run out for the other colors.
If you can switch between inputs ,radio etc, sc roll through till you get back to dvd, turn off at the remote, and wait a minute till you hear the click, turn back on by the remote and eject as soon as the reading starts.
if this doesnt work hold down the open button on the machine there is a child lock feature.
hope it helps