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Re: Printer will not turn on
First make sure that all cables are plugged in securely (wall to cube, cube to printer). Also make sure that the outlet you are using is good (plug a light into it). If all of these things have been checked and the power light still doesn't function, you may have either a bad transformer (cube) or there may be a problem with the printer. If you have a multimeter, you may be able to check to see if the transformer is providing the correct power (I know it has a funny end).
Note: The power should come on even if the USB plug is not in the computer. You may wish to unplug the USB cable first to see if it will turn on.
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Re: Printer will not turn on
Check power source. Also, if you have a voltmeter, check the power going into the printer. If all is good there, unplug the printer from the computer and try to power it on. If it powers up while not connected to the computer, this could indicate a problem with the USB cable or the port on the computer. Try another cable or available port (if you have one). If the printer is connected via an external USB hub, try connecting it directly to the computer instead. If none of these work, post back here & I'll assist you further.
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This means that the PSC 1510 has a fatal error. Try resetting the all-in-one - turn off the unit. Unplug the power cord from the printer and then from the wall. (Also disconnect the data cable - it's not required but can help.) Wait a few seconds then reconnect the power cord (wall and then printer). Turn on the printer.
Check that the control panel overlay is properly installed and connected. (If the printer has worked until recently, do not pry up the overlay. Just press down firmly to make sure the adhesive and pins are situated properly.) If this is a new printer, turn off the unit, unplug the power cord and lift up the scanner lid. Then install or reseat the overlay. Make sure the tabs are in the slots and then press down firmly on the edges to secure the adhesive. Then put on the faceplate. Close the scanner lid, plug in the power cord and turn on the printer.
If the above solutions do not solve the problem, then the all-in-one needs service. If it is under warranty, contact HP. Otherwise, decide if it is worth repairing (and the cost of shipping to a service center, if you don't live close to one).
First, Make sure you have purchased the correct type of ink for your printer model. Second make sure the cartridges are pressed firmly into place. They should make a "click" sound when pressed into place correctly. Third make sure the cover is closed on the print head and the printer access panel is closed. If you have checked the above try powering the printer off and on again and pressing the ink refill button two times.
Clean & inspect: Unload the paper stock. Turn printer off & unplug its power cord. Open the rear access door by pressing the tab on its left edge towards the right as you swing the door out. Remove & discard any jammed &/or crumpled objects. Clean, turn, & inspect the rollers with a soft towel that has been lightly moistened with water. Rollers that do not turn freely could require replacement.
Prepare printer for use: Restack & reload the paper stock into the paper supply tray, but do not continue to push the paper in after some resistance is felt. Reattach the rear access door by lining up the two pins on right side with their respective holes (near the ports for power & USB connections) & swing the door back into place—pressing gently but firmly until it locks into place. Reconnect the power cord & turn the printer on.
Try switching the computer and printer off, then detach all the leads between computer and printer. Plug the leads back in very carefully and firmly. Also check that your internet connection (ethernet) leads are firmly seated in the back of the PC, and your router. Then switch back on. Any improvement? Does replacing the leads help?
I had a very similar problem on my 5550 model (it wouldn't print from internet) - and found this solution by accident. Perhaps it will help you. If not, hope someone else can help.
what kind of connectivity you are trying to connect, most connectors comes as a USB cables, this comes as a easy connector that should be no problem at all, pls follow this info...
This document describes the hardware setup for a new printer.
Unpack the printer
Unpack the printer and its peripherals from the box.
Turn the knob on the rear access door of the printer counter-clockwise.
Remove the door.
Push the module back into the printer until it snaps firmly into place. (Do not press the buttons on the ends of the module while replacing it.)
Slide the paper adjuster out as far as it will go.
Flip up the OUT tray so that you can see the IN tray more easily.
Place up to 100 sheets of printer paper face down in the IN tray.
Slide the paper adjusters to fit snugly against the edges of the paper.
Lower the OUT tray.
Turn on the power
Locate the power module for the printer.
Insert the rectangular end of the power supply cord into the power outlet on the back of the printer.
Insert the two-prong end of the cord into an electrical outlet.
Press the POWER button to turn on the printer.
Open the top cover of the printer.
When you open the cover of the printer, the RESUME button will flash until you close the cover.
The printer part that will hold the cartridges (called the cartridge cradle) moves to the center of the printer.
Remove the ink cartridges from the box.
Remove the tape from the cartridges.
Do not touch the copper contacts (on the back of the cartridges) or the ink nozzles (on the bottom of the cartridges).
Lift the cradle latches inside the printer.
Hold the black ink cartridge vertical, with the copper electrical contacts toward the rear of the printer.
Push the black ink cartridge firmly down into the cradle on the right.
Hold the color ink cartridge vertical, with the copper electrical contacts toward the rear of the printer.
Push the color ink cartridge firmly down into the cradle on the left.
Close both latches.
When you push down the latches, you will hear a click and feel resistance.
Close the lid of the printer.
You will hear the sound of the cartridge cradles as they move to the right side of the printer.
Attach the printer
Attach the printer to the computer with a parallel cable or a USB cable.
Print a test page
Turn the printer on and press the RESUME button to print a test page.
If the RESUME light continues to flash, press it again.
If the printer cable is firmly attached to the printer, then check to be sure that the printer cartridges are seated securely in their cradles.
If the printer cartridges are seated firmly in their cradles, then check for any tape or packing material that you may have left inside the printer or on the cartridges.
If you press the RESUME button for too long, you may print several test pages unnecessarily.