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Hp deskjet 5552 both the paper feed light and power light are flashing. There is no paper jam, I have taken it appart and looked everywhere. I've also turned it off and on. however as yet no luck - Do you know how I can reset it so I can start printing again.

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  • lucy357 Dec 02, 2008

    I don't have anything in the print queue - however have now tried to print again and nothing has happened. do you have any other suggestions?

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Restart your job from the print job queue and then i think, your problem will be solved.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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    There is a technique known as cold resetting.






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    To do this, switch off your HP printer and then hold down
    the 'Go' key for around 20 seconds while switching the printer back on again.




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