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Cartridge jam every time i print... after like 2-3 pages the cartridge becomes jammed and i have to press the start button tofix the error... i dont know how to align the cartridge.. please help!

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Dear Satz This problem shows when dust has come in your printer. If you have a dust cleaner pump, you should try to pump air in your printer. And About align cartridge, "Installed cartridge again (color and black) after removing. Printer print a test print, that is called alingnment page, Take this alignment page and put it into the scanner, printing area should be on mirror side. and press scan button, which is present in keypad of printer (last one) you will hear the voice of scanning after 45 sec. light will stop blinking and still. It means cartridge have been aligned.

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