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Failure to print

I think it was originally a paper jam. Too much paper.I removed the jammed paper and I don't see any jammed paper now. However, it now makes a clicking noise and the two right hand lights (one red and one green) blink continuously. I've turned off the printer and also rebooted. Nothing helps. I did the troubleshooting thing. Nada.

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Here's what we did: Lifted the lid and turned off printer. Then turned on again. Unplugged power cable from back of printer, moved the carriage toward the middle of the printer. Took out cartridges and closed the lid. Plugged the power cord back in. Reinstalled the cartridges. After the alignment page it worked fine. These instructions are paraphrased from HP website troubleshooting. I don't have any idea why any of it worked, but it did and I'm grateful.
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  • lbiz Dec 14, 2010

    jrsm, You're my HERO!!! Thank-you for taking the time to post this. The HP website does not currently feature a solution to the problem that I found described on there... You saved my day!

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