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To remove the side cover: Open the fuser cover and remove the fuser. There are four screws that hold the top cover on, remove those and lift the top off, watching for the connector wire on the right side. Remove the formatter. On the bottom of each side panel, where the lift handle is, there will be 1 screw, remove the one for the side you want to remove. If you want to remove the left panel there is also a screw on the lower back of that panel. The right panel only has the one screw. If you go to feedroller.com you should be able to download the service manual that will give you detailed instructions and pictures.
Turn the printer on and look for the control panel display to count the memory. When the memory count begins press and hold the green "select" button located on the front of the printer. When all three of the front control panels LED are lit release the "select" button.
Press the "Down Arrow" once when you see the "Select Language" display. Press the "Select" button until your control displays "Cold Reset."
Press the "Select" button and your printer will initialize a cold reset.
Click on START - Control Panel - Printers and Faxes. You will find list of Printers Installed
select the HP 3600n Printer icon and right click on it. Select Printing Preferences. Under Advanced Features you will find "Mirror Image" - Choose OFF and Click ok and Save the settings and try printing.
The problem is the locking arms on the right side of the machine are probably broken. HP has a tech bulletin out on this issue and they have a kit with updated parts to repair it. It is a very common problem.
Had a similar problem with a customer's printer. HP tech support had me change out the environmental sensor and the boards, this did not fix problem. In the end we had to get a replacement printer (thankfully the unit was under warranty)