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My printer has a "Pump Motor Stalled " message. It

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Hello. First of all you have to "Reset the printer" to factory default. To do this, you have to press and hold # & 6 at the same after you push the "Power" button. Hold the # & 6 keys till to see the power led blinking. The printer will reset to defaults and give it 1-2 minutes to warm up and prepare its software. After this check if your printer is working properly. If not, open the access door and check if there is a paper jam inside(left or right) behind the cartridges. If not again, buy a Blower( a machine that blows air with a lot of power) and use it to clean the interior of your printer. After this buy some lubricant and insert it with attension where you see cogwheels. After all those things your printer will work without any problem.

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