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Set up i am a newbe and i am having problems setting it up to copy and work thanks

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Setting up the Copier

  1. Open the HP Color Copier product box and remove the User’s Guide. Review the information in the User’s Guide.
  2. Finish unpacking the HP Color Copier. This is best accomplished by resting the box on its side with the unit in the upright position. Pull the unit (foam and all) out of the box. Step 2: Unpacking the HP Color Copier set up - c00222172.jpg
  3. Remove any tape or other packing materials from the unit. Be sure to check inside the machine by opening the cartridge access door.
  4. Verify that you have the power adapter, power cord, print cartridges. If any of these items are missing contact the HP Customer Care Center in your region.
  5. Set the HP Color Copier on a level surface large enough to support it fully.
  6. Load the paper supply tray with paper following the directions in the User's Guide.
  7. Verify that the paper tray is fully inserted into the HP Color Copier and that the rear access door in the back is in the locked position (the copies will be skewed or paper will misfeed if it is not fully locked). Step 7: Verifying that the rear access door is locked
  8. Owners of HP Color Copier 280 and 290 models should verify that the ADF (automatic document feeder) cable is securely plugged into the base unit and secured in the holding clip. Step 8: Checking the ADF cable
  9. Plug the power cord into the power adapter. Step 9 and 10: Connecting the power c00222175.jpg
  10. Plug the power adapter cable into the unit, then plug the power cord into a power source, preferably a wall outlet.
  11. Press the Power button on the right side of the front panel to power it up.
  12. Open the front panel to access the print carriage. Raise both cartridge latches after the print carriage comes to the center. Step 12: Opening the front panel and raising the cartridge latches c00222176.jpgc00222177.jpg
  13. Remove both print cartridges from their containers being careful to only touch the black plastic portions. CAUTION: Do not touch or remove the gold colored contacts.
  14. Carefully remove the tape that covers the print nozzles on the bottom end of the print cartridge. Step 14: Removing the protective tape c00222178.jpg
  15. One at a time, insert the cartridges into the print carriage and latch them into place. Step 15: Inserting the print cartridges
  16. Close the access door.
  17. Observe the display and confirm and/or set the language by entering the language code. The following steps will change the language on the front panel:
    1. Press MENU.
    2. Press 3, then 5.
    3. Scroll to the correct language and press ENTER.
  18. The display should read “Press ENTER to Align Cartridge”. Press the ENTER button on the front panel to accomplish this task. The self-alignment process will begin and an alignment page will be printed. Verify that each task has a green check mark beside it. Step 18: Ink cartridge aligset up - c00222181.jpg> c00222181.jpg

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This may work and its only a few simple clicks :) but it will take less time then re ordering you pages :)

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