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Carriage jammed When I was printing each time the printer carriage did a "return" it made an awful screeching noise.  I was running over to cancel the print job when it stopped on it's own.  Now I have an error message that says "open the door, clear carriage jam and press enter"  I lifted up the top and the carriage is all the way to the right so i cannot see it.  i opened the back and can't get it it there either. Help:)

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First open the door and ckeck out any optical in carrage moving area are not shigted if the carrage movoing area are free then ckeck in service station it is working properly or not if it is working properly then ckeck the endcoder strip and if it is also ok then reinstalled the mecanism your problem will be solved

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ORANGE LIGHT FLASHES

2 times - No paper (ASF) [1000]
* No paper in the cassette [1003]

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* Paper jam in the under guide [1304]
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* Inner cover open (printing continuous) [1851]; (printing not continuous) [1856]

7 times - Multiple ink tanks of the same color installed [1681]
* Ink tank in wrong position [1680]

8 times - Warning: The waste ink absorber becomes almost full [1700]

9 times - The digital/video camera does not support Camera Direct Printing [2001]

10 times - Automatic duplex printing cannot be performed (paper size not supported) [1310]

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3 times - Line feed [6000]
4 times - Purge cam sensor [5C00]
5 times - ASF (cam) sensor [5700]
6 times - Internal temperature [5400]
7 times - Waste ink absorber full [5B00]
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9 times - EEPROM [6800]
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13 times - Paper feed position [6B00]
14 times - Paper feed cam sensor [6B10]
15 times - USB Host VBUS overcurrent [9000]
17 times - Motor driver [6D00]
18 times - NIC Board [6550]
19 times - Ink tank position sensor [6502]
20 times - Other hardware [6500]
* Alt. Blinking ROM
* Light in Orange RAM

SERVICE MODE
This printer has a service mode for service-related settings and for performing test prints. The operator panel buttons are used to enter the desired service mode.

Service Mode Operations
1. With the printer powered off, hold down the Resume/Cancel button and press the Power button.
2. While holding down the Power button, release the Resume/Cancel button and press the Resume/Cancel button twice in succession. Now release the Power and Resume/Cancel buttons.
3. Select one of the following service mode functions by pressing the Resume/Cancel button the specified number of times.

Count Indicator Functions
• 0 times Green Print head not installed, carriage returns and locks in home position
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• 3 times Orange EEPROM initialization
• 4 times Green Waste ink counter setting
• 5 times Orange Destination setting
• 6 times Green Print head deep cleaning
• 7 times Orange LF correction
• 14 times Green Left margin correction

Execute the selected function (except for model setting) by pressing the Power button. The printer will switch itself off after performing the function.

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