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This light sequence means that the printer prompts you to load a single sheet of print media in the manual feeder. What you can do is load paper into the manual feeder and press Continue to resume printing. Press and hold Cancel to reset the printer.
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That is the ATTENTION state. Four things can cause it to flash. 1) empty paper tray 2) door open 3) paper jam 4) misfeed from tray. Press the GO button(the diamond). If it still doesn't work, check for a paperjam.. Also try printing from the manual feed tray.
when i turn the printer on the light flashes amber several times, then green then repeats flashing amber, and back to green etc. turning it off and back on made no difference. last time it worked normally after being off for a couple of days, but now it is doing that again.
Amber light flashes 7 times, then green for a couple of seconds, then amber 7 times etc.
Error 5100 is Carriage error.Possible problems in: - Carriage unit - Timing **** strip film - Logic board assembly - Carriage motor First, make sure there is no paper jam anywhere in the machine.. look inside, rear, where the paper tray (output) is, etc to see if you find any shreds or torn paper that may have gotten stuck and you didn't see.Look carefully in the zone of Purge unit, using flashlight in the right side on printer.If this not help your printer need service.
Generally means that you're out of ink in your ink cartridge. Note that the NUMBER of times it flashes is significant: if it's 2 or 3 flashes at a time, then it's a paper problem (jam, out of paper, etc.), otherwise it's an ink problem (replace the cartridge).
As you give print command check what is the error msg flashes on ur PC. Next check whether any paper piece is jammed inside the printer, dust it with Airblower so that cleans out. Third check the ink levels in both color and black cartdriges.
There is an issue with the media/paper. First thing is to make sure there is paper, and if so, that it's touching the intake rollers. Next is to check for jams, which are usually under the imaging drum. Open the front lid and remove the drum (it's in the front; follow the directions shown on the label on the front right.) Also, check for jams where the paper exits the printer.
Final two things. The lid could be ajar - simply push down firmly to ensure all the contact switches are closed. The last thing is an issue with the fuser, which may require replacing it. I highly recommend getting the service manual from HP, as it is easy to follow and has extensive troubleshooting.
There is probably a paper jam in the tray feed path. The other situation is that the tray paper pick up roller has become hardened/polished, or the paper tray paper is greasy. First step, take the paper from the tray, and fan it out, so each sheet is separated from the next. try it with jut a dozen or so sheets, change the paper.
Unfortunately, that top light isn't very helpful as it's an indicator for several problems (IE: Front door open, out of paper, incorrect/improperly installed print cartridge, etc.), so really, the only things you can do since you've already eliminated the 'out of paper' scheme is make sure the front door's 'button pusher' is still attached and pressing the internal button in the printer, and re-seating the print cartridge. All the help I can offer, I'm afraid.