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Sounds like the printer head is clogged or damaged.
I believe that sequence stands for (error sending data to print head). Not sure if it can be repaired or not, its hit or miss with the canon printers.
The ip series, the heads were removable and the whole section could be replaced. Give canon a call and see if thats possible with the i350 series. Worse case you will have to replace the whole printer.
there is a encoder strip in the printer to which the cartridge head carriage reads .if this encoder strip is dusty or loose the carriage cannot read so it bangs from left to right.and due to this printer cannot get set to its position.and the orange error light blinks.that transperant long strip with blacl vertical lines on it has to be checked.
Your printer is telling you it has an operating error, many printers give flashing lights as error codes to tell you what is wrong. If you visit the cannon website for your area, they will be able to tell you exact error code. If you do not want to do this, give me some time and i will be happy to help by finding the error for you. To help me, post back with what your printer is or is not doing correctly to get the error in the firts place. lilacgerry