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How old is the printer please?
What have you tried to do, to help with the error message? and did you do anything much to or with it, just before the error came up first?
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Take out the cartridge you put in. If the old one is available, put that one in instead, please. See if when closed up, and when tuned Off after a few minutes for 10 minutes, then turned On again, the old cartridge is accepted without error.
If you don't mention something that you already did, that makes sense, I may have to annoy you by suggesting it... it makes sense to do so from where I am.
Other things to try - wait, let me guess, you've tried these too - are to open and examine thoroughly, in painstaking detail and with a flashlight shone into things, and to make sure, quite sure, that there are no loose paper scraps anywhere in the printer, no considerable noticeable dust, etc.
OK. I hope they can help - though a 0XF1 error without any visible paper jam, has poor chances of a favorable outcome.
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