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The printer takes several minutes to print one page all ink cartridges are full and paper tray is full it just started doing this

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Hi,

Please try below two resets and let me know the performance.

Power Drain:

  • Turn OFF the printer, disconnect the power cable from backside of the printer and from wall outlet.
  • Press and hold the Power button for 60 seconds.
  • Connect the cable and turn ON the printer.

Partial Reset

  • Remove the power cable from back side of the printer while its ON.
  • Press and hold "#" and "3" button, while holding them both insert the power cable and release the button after 10 seconds.
  • If printer turns OFF, press power button to turn it ON.

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Riztech

Posted on May 23, 2011

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