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Problems on paper jam (just after the selftest)mode switches blinking

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I come across the problems , when ever switch on the printer , after the self test directly blinking all the mode switches and giving message papper jam .( with or without paper on tray)  with noisy sound like broken gears. could you suggest, what to do for solving this problems.

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You may have to reset the printer. I believe these are the directions to follow:

Re-initialize the HP All-in-One Force the HP All-in-One to reinitialize by following the steps below:

  1. Turn the unit off by pressing the ON button.
  2. Disconnect the power cord.
  3. Wait five seconds, then reconnect the power cord.
  4. If necessary, turn the unit back on and try reading the photo card again.
  5. If the unit fails to read the card again, reset the All-in-One. Repeat Steps 1 – 4, but before plugging the unit back in, press and hold the # and 6 keys on the HP All-in-One numeric keypad. Continue to hold these keys down for a few seconds after plugging the unit back in to reset it. Once the All-in-One reestablishes communication with the computer, reset the language and country/region.

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