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Hp 300 printer won't print. The status box says the door is open. No door appears to be open. I have opened and close everything and unplugged several times to no avail

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HP LaserJet 1150 and 1300 Series Printers - Understanding and Troubleshooting Control Panel Light Patterns This document explains how to interpret the light patterns on the HP LaserJet 1150 or 1300 series printer control panel. It lists the error conditions, describes the possible causes, and provides steps to resolve the conditions. Description of the control panel The control panel contains two lights and one lighted button. Patterns of light indicate printer status.Figure 1: Location of control panel c00007297.jpg 1 - Ready light 2 - Go button and light 3 - Attention light Figure 2: Light conditions c00007298.jpg 1 - Light off 2 - Light on 3 - Light blinking The following table explains the lights on the control panel. See "Status light patterns " below for an explanation of the light patterns.Light or button Description Ready light Indicates that the printer is ready to print. Go button and light To print a demo page or to continue printing while in manual feed mode, press and release the GO button. Attention light Indicates that a printer media input tray is empty, a print cartridge door is open, a print cartridge is missing, or other errors. Status light patterns This section describes the meaning of the light patterns. If a problem persists, see the flyer that came in the printer box for contact information, or click here to go to "Contacting HP support" below . Ready Light pattern c00007299.jpg Description The printer is ready to print. Action No action is necessary. To print a demo page, press and release the GO button on the control panel. Processing Light pattern c00007300.jpg Description The printer is receiving or processing data. Action Wait for the job to print. Continuable error Light pattern c00007301.jpg Description The printer is in manual feed mode. OR The printer is out of memory. Action The software controls manual feed. If manual feed mode is not wanted, change the setting from the printer properties. See the User Guide for information about changing printer properties. OR Take one of the following actions:
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Follow the steps below:
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Find that sensor, and make sure that it is working properly.

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