Question about HP PSC 750 All-In-One InkJet Printer
My HP PSC 750 inkjet printer keeps giving me the above error message. It starts out with a grinding sound, then flasses the error message. I have reinserted the cartridges, but beyond this I don't know what to do.
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Sounds like you have a jam. Open the back of the printer and checl for any paper large or small. If there is no paper, just opening the door and closing it may get rid of the message. All it takes is a piece of paper the diameter of a pea to send a signal that there is a paper jam. After yuou have finished close the door and push enter to let the printer know you are finished. See if this helps. I don't think it has anything to do with the ink cartridges. It sounds more like something stuck causing the jam. Be sure not to have anything like a staple attached to the paper you are printing on to. A speck of dirt could casue a jam message too.
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