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Printer (psc 2200) does not print. It tries to do an alignment, alignment is cancelled. asks that one press enter for alignment and keeps looping.

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  • carscot Oct 04, 2008

    when will you answer my question. I have an HP psc 2200 all-in-one printer. It is looping when it tries to do an alignment and it does not go beyond the "press enter for alignment" before I added the new cartridges and I sent a page to print the page would exit the printer blank.

  • carscot Oct 04, 2008

    I will try reinstalling but if that does not work can i resubmit the problem?

  • carscot Oct 05, 2008

    yes, I uninstalled and reinstalled and the printer is working..Thanks for your valuable help.

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To bypass the cartridge alignment problem
Try the following

  • Press and hold the Setup button.
  • Press the Options button. The printer should be ready to print.

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This can be a software problem on your printer , you have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the printer on your computer if not yet try doing that and hopefully that will fix the problem..

Hope that helps...........

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    Mark Gil Oct 04, 2008

    Yes, you can contact us bac here and post again your concern or just a comment...



    Thank you for using FIXYA..

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    Mark Gil Oct 05, 2008

    NO problem glad to help with your concern....

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