Question about HP Officejet 4110 All-In-One InkJet Printer
The printer works for about 1.5 pages and then the light starts flickering red, with the message "Error 0xf0af8002 Cycle power". The light stops flickering red once the power button is pressed and reboots. I have tried the OK+CANCEL power plugged in reboot, but has not helped. Please advice.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cycle Power
instead of # and 6 try
unplug the power cable, press and hold :
OK and CANCEL, while keeping them on hold put the power cable back in ... it ll do a full NVRAM reset on it ..
It ll be fixed .
Best of luck
Posted on May 27, 2008
SOURCE: align cartridges error
This means one of the cartridges is defective, they cant align if they cant print. What i did to fix this problem is insert 2 working cartridges and get it to align properly, even if they are low on ink, then lift the cover and the cartridges will move to the center. When this happens pull the power cable out, then insert the full non functioning cartridge. Plug the power cable back in. I tried this with a color cartridge, the color cartridge was non functioning but i was able to print in black.
Basically you align the cartridges and then swap them so the printer thinks they are still aligned.
The color still doesnt work and it is probably a defective color cartridge.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: HP 4700
Remove all EIO devices and memory Dimm's execpt the firmware dimm.
Start the printer. If the error is gone then place the dimm's / EIO devices one by one.
(Don't forget to switch off the printer.)
If the error is still there then you might have a faulty firmware dimm.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: printer will not start
This is likely a hardware problem. However you can try a sem-full reset to factory default conditions by 1. unplugging the power cord while the printer is powered on and 2. press and hold the OK and Cancel buttons while plugging in the power cord. If this this does not clear the error you probably have a hardware issue. On my printer, after going through a diagnostic procedure with the HP Chat Tech and concluding a hardware issue I did a bit more research and then took the printer apart. It turns out that a fairly common problem is for the large white gear on the left side of the printer that drives the ink pump comes off the shaft. I reassembled it to the shaft and put the printer back together. When I plugged in the power cord the printer started and did about a 5 minute maintenance procedure and now works fine.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Hold the number 9 key and the key down at the same time, then pull the power cord. Then put the power cord back in while holding the 9 and # key. You will lose your settings, but the ink system failure message should go away.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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