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All Lights Flashing

Claims to have too little power on another website. Power supply checked. Supplying 32.6 volts.Correct. Says to then service it. Cleaned out ink tray and pad which was full of ink and carriage, rod, rollers etc. Still flashing. It would appear to be a Power supply problem within the printer or a motherboard fault. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Stumped.

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Your printer need service. Its firmware problem. All lights flashing error state usually indicates a hardware problem of your printer.

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