Question about HP OfficeJet 7410 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I have an HP 7410 All in One, and it continully shuts down by itself, goes into what looks like a sleep mode first, then just turns off. When I press the "on" button, it won't start up. I switch the plug into a new outlet in my wall-mounted surge protector, and then it will boot up. When it happens again, I switch it back to the original outlet, and it boots up once again. I have 3 other devices plugged into this 6 outlet surge protector, and everything else works fine. Any ideas as to why this would happen and what a fix would be?
Try this partial soltion; it's worked for nearly everone who's tried it. Unfortunantly, you lose your wireless capabilities, but at leat you're not left with a $500 paper weight:
(It's interesting that the majority of posts with this issue have occured on numerous sites during the last two months).
Posted on May 17, 2009
Possible that one of three your electronic devices creates the electromagnetic hindrance in electric network. Try to manipulate of plugging some miscellaneous equipment to miscellaneous outlet. Sometimes meet the stabilizers of the voltage which do not manage with strong hindrance even.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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