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My printer power on light is just flashing red very fast. i can't turn it on or off with the power button. it does not do a thing - it just blinks red on the power indicator-to get it off i have to unplug it. HELP i have unhook it completely and reattached all the cords and this did not help.

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    cant move cartridge carrier to the left manually and light is flashing red. took out cartridges to check but cant move carrier

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    Do I throw the printer out?

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Look under the cover where the print head is. Make sure the covers holding in the ink cartridges are snapped closed completely. Also, with the machine off try sliding the print head left to right and make sure nothing is obstructing it. Good luck

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