This is HP Photosmart A620 series bought from QVC in February of this year and therefore is still under 12 months warranty. It is not used a lot have used it nore more than a dozen times and only half a dozen photos at a time. Nobody else uses it except me.
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There does not appear to be a Model C270 in the hp photosmart printer models. Do you mean it displayed a "C270 error code" in what Model No. Printer? The error code C270 indicates a paper jam/misfeed error.You possibly have paper remnants still inside Machine. You could remove drawers from machine, and look inside for remnants of paper. Maybe try turning machine off and on using red switch at knee level. If there is truly nothing blocking a jam sensor, then problem is likely a bad sensor. 99% of the time HP does not make replacement parts available to out-of-warranty printers. That's why I had to dump my C5550 HP Photosmart All-in-one printer; my office machine repair business could not get the replacement sensor! Remember: "Brother model" offer free toll-free phone tech service for the LIFE OF THE PRINTER! That's why I bought a Brother this time!
The error relates to ink system failure you might not be able to get that printer repaired, if it is under warranty the vendor should replace you with a new one if it is out of warranty dispose the printer and buy a new one rather than spending time and money trying to get that printer repaired.
Contact HP. Your printer needs to be reset to work with the European cartridges. If your printer is no longer in warranty, check the warranty on your cartridges and contact HP for warranty support on your cartridges.
Here's a link to contact HP.
This is a US link - you may want to start with www.hp.com/cposupport and after selecting your country / language, find a contact HP link.
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I also noted that a Print Queue of 4 had built up while trying to get the Printer to operate. I could only delete 3 of these. My only option was then to take the mains plug of the Printer out.I then managed to reduce the Print Queue to nil. When I plugged the Printer back into the power it operated correctly.
I was not prepared to pay a Premium rate in order to get the problem sorted as the the Printer is under 3 months old and any advice I would have expected to be free under the Warranty. If the problem had not been sorted out I would have returned the Printer to the Supplier for action.