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Power outage caused printhead error on HP 1055 CM design jet

After a power outage my HP 1055 CM gave a ''reset print head'' error message. I turned off the printer to reboot, and now I am in a endless loop of ''Self Test, please wait'' and Initializing, please wait.. back to ''self test, please wait.
I called my local technician, but he isn't available and told me to see if I could figure out how to do a hard reset - but I don't have a manual, and don't know how to do this..
Any thoughts?

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  • terren Apr 23, 2009

    Tried the HP site - no easy way to find the manual... I kept getting older threads relating to cold resets back to factory settings.

  • inkypete May 11, 2010

    Try the HP site?

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Turn off the printer, remove your jetdirect card(nic) sounds like your local tech doesn't know his **** from a hole in the wall. this should resolve your loop problem, if not then your main pca have been popped by the power outage. good luck.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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