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HP Deskjet F380 All in One Printer won't cut on

I was about to print some documents when my printer pulled too much paper in and jammed up and shut off. I cleared the jam and removed all the paper but now I can't get my printer to come back on. How can I fix it? Please Help!!

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  • Cassidyss Feb 13, 2009

    At the end of a print job, the printer took in too many pieces of paper, printed a little on the top of each sheet and has not printed since. There is no paper jam. The printer will pull the sheet in part way, begin to print and then pull the paper in the rest of the way and print maybe 1/3 of the document on the paper. Plus, you can hear the printer struggling. The difference in sound is a sure sign something is amiss. I changed print cartridges within 3 days and printed about 2 documents before this happened. Desperately need help!

  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2009

    Where is the "power fuse"?

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First check the power fuse in burn or not.

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