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I try and print but it just goes back and fort slamming into the sides really hard. What do I do?

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Chances are the printer head is trying to find its home posiiton or some sort, you can check for a miniature sensor and see if it is dirty try to clean this by soft cloth while the machine is power off, turn it on again and see if it does any good

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