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HP Officejst Pro L7680 All in one

My top feeder was not workign properly - I took the rollers off, the black & blue palastic peice and now that I have put it back together - the lid will not shut completely ( the blue handle it sticking up slightly & will not allow it to shut. Obviously I have not put it back together properly but can NOT find how to do so on any documentation (lid photos are not helpfful). Thanks!

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  • BTyerman Nov 07, 2008

    The paper roller mechanism at the top left of the machine is very poorly designed and only compounded by the lack of documentation roller and other components. After fiddling with the plastic parts I can send a fax or print a copy, but then the problem recurs. It is maddening.

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2008

    Our printer just wont feed through, the rollers dont drop. Its a pain in the arse

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    same here on the lid not closing...excact same problem

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    I took it apart and no can not put it together.

  • justpsgthru Jan 23, 2009

    Took the rollers out to clean them because it was copying with a line down the middle and now I can't get the door to shut closed. Obviously I am putting them back wrong....HELP!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    It's Junk!!!!!!! I'll never buy a piece of **** like this again ! I want my money back!~!

  • txgeekman Feb 23, 2009

    ADF is a P.O.S. and I love HP products. I guess their quality is going down hill. So far this is the only problem I am having with this unit. The ADF pulls in the paper and either tears it to shreds or it will curl it, crumble it, pull it in and turn the paper so that your image/copy is not straight. Worked great for about 6 months, now it's starting to get worse.

    Hey HP, how about producing reliable products like you used to....

  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2009

    It takes two or three attemps to get the top feed to take the paper. Have also had a problem with it not taking the paper correctly and tearing.

    I have used HP printers for 20 years and purchased 4 this year. No plans to buy another HP until they start building good printers again.




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Printer gives repeated "clear paper jam" messages and even though there is no paper anywhere in the paper path it will not clear.

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The roller in the feeder has come out, I don't know how to put it back in

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