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Why does the orange (top button) continue to blink?

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My HP890C will not print.  Paper begins to feed and then stops.  Top button light never stops blinking even though I have pressed it.  What is wrong?  (I have downloaded the latest driver.)

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W. Larry Richards
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here is what it means
http://www.hp.com/cposupport/printers/support_doc/bpd04798.html 

see this document then see the troubleshooting documents on how to resolve
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