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I would have that PRINTER exorcised, it's possessed by demons, followed by a burning at the stake.
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn the printer upside down right underneath where the cartridge station is you will find a small white gear...sometime it may be covered with a blue rubber cover.
when you turn the gear ..the barrier in front of the cartridge will go down.
Then do a rest on the printer and then install it.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
SOURCE: The printer apear to be dead!
Buttons and lights on the printer
Two buttons and three lights are located on the front of an HP Deskjet printer.
All lights are off. The printer is off (asleep).
Press the POWER button to turn the printer on.
The printer should turn on automatically when a print job is sent to it.
The POWER (top) light is on. The printer is idle.
The printer is ready to print a document.
The POWER (top) light is blinking. The printer is busy printing.
Allow enough time to print. When a document has many fonts or graphics or uses complex color such as a color photo, it takes longer to begin printing.
The PRINT CARTRIDGE (bottom) light is blinking. Possible causes:
If the print cartridges are compatible and correctly installed, they may be defective. Try replacing the print cartridges.
If none of the above suggestions fix the problem, and, if the error message still occurs, it may be a hardware failure. Call the HP Customer Support Center.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
I had this same issue. Lost power in the house for just a second, but after the printer would not turn on. I think that the loss of power caused the printer to get stuck in a locked state. Tried everything I could think of including changing outlets that the printer was plugged into but nothing seemed to work. Saw a troubleshooting tip on the Canon webpage about unplugging the unit for 5 minutes and thought it was hooey, but tried it anyway. Ended up leaving the unit unplugged for probably 15 minutes and when I re-plugged it in it fired right up.
Posted on May 15, 2009
This solution worked for my OfficeJet L7680--good luck!
1: Disconnect the Universal Serial Bus (USB) or ethernet cable from the back of the product, but leave the product turned on.
2. Open the cover of the product and remove the print cartridges.
3. Close the cover and wait for the Insert Ink Cartridges message to display.
4. Disconnect the power cord from the back of the product and wait for one minute.
5. Reconnect the power cord. If the product does not automatically turn on, press the Power button.
6. Open the cover and reinsert the print cartridges.
7. Close the cover. If prompted, print a calibration page.
8. Reconnect the USB or ethernet cable, and try to print a print job from the computer.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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