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Alarm light on permanently

Hello,
Printer was working fine until yesterday. Printer ran out of paper, paper was reloaded, since then, alarm light is on permanently- no matter what I do.
Have cleaned printer out, loaded/reloaded paper - doesn't seem to make a difference. Is this a sensor issue?
Thanks,
Dean

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Make sure all compartments are closed
make feed doesnt have a stuck page in it
sometimes if the compartments arent closed right or by some chance the ink cartridge was bumped this will sound the alarm

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