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Hi, I got the following Error message from my IP3000. I am wondering if it is worth fixing, spending time on? "Operator error. Press printer's RESUME button. If this doesn't clear the error, cancel printing and turn the printer off and then back on." I have turned it off- removed all the ink, blown it out, replaced ink, turned back on and it still gives the same error. Is is worth spending time on? Thank you!........John O

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Dear Bruce,
Blinking in orange 5 times indicates that the print head of your printer is faulty. To ensure this you can compare by using another print head. But first,please remove the print head and check whether it is burnt. Some short circuitry may cause the problem. Thanks.

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