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Blinking Lights on the HP Deskjet 1000 (J110a, J110c, J110d, J110e, and J110f) Printers

Introduction
The lights on the front of the product indicate the product status. These lights can be on, off, or blinking (flashing), depending on the status of the product. The Power light can blink in distinct patterns to indicate the product status or potential error conditions.
This document describes the light patterns on your product as blinking or flashing lights. In this document, "flashing" means the same as "blinking."
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There might be more than one solution for some blinking lights patterns. After you find the pattern that matches your blinking lights pattern, try each solution to resolve the issue.
Figure : Power light
Illustration: Control panel on Deskjet 1000 (J110) series printers
Blinking lights
The following sections describe the most common combinations of blinking lights, followed by solutions for each combination. Find the blinking lights pattern you are experiencing, and then follow the steps to resolve the issue.
Issue: Power light off
Illustration of blinking lights
Issue: Power light on
Illustration: Power light on
Issue: Power light blinks rapidly for 3 seconds, then turns on
Illustration: Power light blinks fast, then turns on steady
Issue: Power light blinks rapidly
Illustration: Power light blinks rapidly
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If you completed all the preceding steps and your product still has an issue, service the product.
Check your product warranty to determine if your product is still under warranty, and then go to Contact HP Support to schedule a repair or replacement.
Repair fees might apply for out-of-warranty products.

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