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My Canon IP1800 worked fine until I had to replace the ink. I changed the cartridges and since then it has not printed. It will not feed the paper in the printer to do anything. I have pushed the feed button under the power button and still nothing. How can my printer be fixed?

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These are the steps:
1. Turn On iP1800
2. Push and Hold Resume button about 2 minutes
3. Release Resume button
4. Printer back to normal again.



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