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After print not come to standby

1. where is avalable HP 2700 Printer Drivers 2. After printing my printer not go to standby mode.
3. power on the printer few minutes worming after one page printing not come to stand by mode.

please solve my printer problam.


Thanking you sir,


Yours truely.

O.V.SURESH.

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