Try this: Take all ink cartridges out, and set them on their sides on a fresh doubly-folded paper towel, to prevent ink staining on the surface or table.
Then, without closing up the printer, pull the power plug.
Then, examine the interior of the printer for any sign of any loose parts, debris, paper scraps, etc., that might be blocking the works.
Then after 5 minutes or so (close to that amount of time, to prevent the ink cartridges from drying out) plug the printer into the power again, and turn it On if need be. Wait for it to initialize and complain (hopefully) about the printer being open, and/or no cartridges in it.
If it simply repeats the 0XF3 error again, the printer will most likely need repair-servicing, or replacing.
If it does not immediately show 0Xf3, then try putting in just one ink cartridge - then close up the printer, and see whether it now shows the 0Xf3, or just repeats a demand for missing cartridges... and so forth, one cartridge at a time, until it either shows the 0Xf3 again, or it is - hopefully - working once again.
(If the error is not fixed, try to recall whether the printer is 1 year, or just less than 1 year, from its original purchase date, please.)
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