That is NOT something you can simply reset or bypass. Service is actually required, and there is no getting around it. The printer will not function until it is serviced.
Specifically, it is the result of a bad printhead (or the logic board that controls it).
The head is a "wear item" that fails with age/use. Being a machine that was presumably purchased used, I would have expected it to come with a working head, unless the seller stated otherwise. Replacing the head is an expensive undertaking, so if it was claimed to be in working condition, I would contact the seller to work something out with them.
If you'd like help finding parts to fix yourself, or a local authorized tech, I can assist with that.
Best regards, ***** ***** for the news,
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