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Power off printer, remove power plug from printer, remove usb cable from printer, pull out paper and check for jams, check toner cartridge, clean area underneath the toner cartridge head, uninstall printer from windows control panel, reboot computer, plug-in printer with a different working usb cable, plug in power to printer, power on printer, reinstall printer driver. All in those steps exactly. If that doesn't work I would say you have a bad printer on your hands.
It could be the cartridges in the printer. Disconnect the printer from your computer. Open the printer cover and remove the cartridges. Close the cover. Unplug and re-plug the printer into the power source to reset it. When the printer turns on, reinsert both cartridges. Reconnect the printer into your computer. Try to print again.
If that doesn't help, try to clean the cartridge nozzles using the Lexmark software on your computer.
Click Start > Programs or All Programs > Lexmark Z2400 Series
Click Maintenance > Clean Cartridges.
Follow the instructions on the computer screen.
If print quality has not improved, then wipe the cartridge nozzles using a slightly moistened soft cloth to clean it from possible dirt and clogs.
You can also reinstall the printer driver on your computer to repair any corrupted files necessary for printer communication and processes.
The following may work: remove all the ink supplies. Remove the printhead and soak it for about 5 minutes in 0.5" of very hot water. Gently blot the printhead on a soft damp paper towel to remove the excess water, then replace in the printer and then reinstall the ink supplies.
It could be a bad power adapter or even internal power supply.
The only way to test is to use another power adapter from a similar printer and see if it will work. Test if there is power from that specific wall socket.
It will have to go to an authorised lexmark support center or printer repair shop ,ask for a quote.
Printers are cheap these days and replacing the part usually cost more than buying a new one.
when ever you want to refill ink make sure, that the ink you refill decompressed for about 30min before you fix it into the printer.
Another thing is that you uninstall the software of the printer and reinstall again, and check the power supply of the printer is working perfectly.
Per Dell this is a problem with either the ink cartridge or the cartridge carrier. The only advice given is to reinstall the cartridges, disconnect the printer power then reconnect and turn on.
If that doesn?t work the next step is to replace both cartridges with brand new, genuine Dell cartridges, not refills or equivalents.
If that fails the next step depends on if your printer is over 1 year old. If it isn?t then I would contact Dell support immediately for a warranty replacement since the next steps involve taking things apart.
Let us know how to proceed.