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Can you give me the serial please?
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Allright.. lets dive in! Please allow me a few minutes to write out a thorough repair suggestion, and I will be right back with you.
Better yet, HP finally published the full support document for this error.. So lets refer to this page.
The main points are, check thoroughly for paper jams in each area shown..
But most likely, something is under or beneath or blockig the carriages free movement.. The carriage is the part of the machine that moves left and right when its printing.. It can sometimes get stuck on its own cables, or if one side slides off its rails / track.. Or if a tiny bit of paper, paperclip, staple or debris is in the way.
So follow along with that guide methodically , and if you get stuck or run into any issues, let me know.
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Allright.. If you didnt find anything under the carriage or blocking its movement, then what I need you to do is open the printer like you are going to change the ink cartridges, and then unplug the printer from power, then plug it back in and watch the carriage..
Does it move left to right or right to left at all? Is it making any noises when it moves or tries to move? Please describe the above as best as you can.. Thank you,