Question about HP DeskJet 3550 InkJet Printer
The two fingers that push out the paper do not get sit down during printing or "set up" mode. The result is that the ink carriage hits these fingers as it travels (causing quite a racket. If it does feed the paper these fingers stick up through the paper preventing both the further feeding of the paper and travel of the ink carriage. Is there a solution?? Thanks
I don't know if it happen anytime while it prints, but once I turn it off then turn it on again those fingers sit down just like before and everything is fine, hope that will work 4 u
Posted on Sep 15, 2006
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