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Please let me know how install the ink cartridges blak and color.
Could I have a copyof manual pls

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There are a few steps to follow to check the Printer.

Step one: Turn the All-in-One off and on again
  1. Press the On button to turn the product off.
  2. Press the On button again to turn the product on.
If the error message is not resolved, continue to the next step. Step two: Clear any paper jam Follow these instructions to clear a paper jam. CAUTION: All paper jams must be removed from the back of the product through the rear access door. Pulling the paper from the front of the product rotates the paper feed roller in the wrong direction and can damage the product.
  1. Turn off the product and unplug the power cord.
  2. Turn the product around to access the back of the product.
  3. Open the rear access door:
    1. Locate the tab on the left side of the door and press it toward the right. The door will shift slightly to the right.
    2. As the door shifts to the right, pull the door out slightly to release.
    3. When the door is released, gently remove the door by sliding the door out and to the left.
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    2. Insert the two posts on the right of the door into the holes on the right side of the opening.
    3. Press the tab on the left side of the door toward the right. The door will shift slightly to the right.
    4. As the door shifts to the right, push in the left side of the door to lock it into position.
    5. Reconnect the power cord and turn the product on.
    Step three: Make sure that the print carriage can move freely Follow these instructions to make sure the print carriage can move freely.
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    1. Make sure the printer is turned on.
    2. Open the print cartridge access door, and then wait until the print carriage is idle and silent.
    Press down lightly on the end of each print cartridge to release it.
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    Printer Cartridge Carriage stalled


    i believe that u havent install all the latest uptades of the printer...!


    u can find all the drivers HERE

    dont forget to vote!!
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