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Both lights flashing on c88

Hey there, i have a c88 and im currently working at a mud bog selling shirts...I cancelled a job half way through and now both the ink and paper lights are flashing..HELLLPPPPPP

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  • onuma002 Oct 01, 2008

    paper jammed in the printer.  I cleared all paper from the printer and now both power button and paper button is flashing and printer won't print




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  • donahue292 Jan 28, 2009

    Same problem with both lights flashing - alternate flashing. I tried powering down - no jobs were in the queue - everything I could think of with no success. I have finished printing a job about an hour ago. Powered down - then powered up for another job and the lights started flashing. No paper stuck - new cartridges - so I'm confused and bewildered. My next step will be to replace cartridges. Thanks for any and all help.

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Were you trying to feed a shirt through the printer?
LOL, press the center button.

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