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I have a HP Officejet 7210 All in One Printer

I have a HP Officejet 7210 All-in-One Printer. Printer is on but son took wires out and
I not sure where they hook up - printer
will not print

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  • saralyn_g Jun 14, 2009

    I watched video very interesting but there in nothing on back of computer to plug cord into.

    I have a beige cord from printer I don't know where it goes.

    Also on printer at the bottom right side there is a black wire coming out but the

    other hole next to it is empty should I have another wire>?

  • saralyn_g Jun 14, 2009

    There is no place to plug beige wire in on my computer one end is in printer

    but no place in back to plug it in. I guess I will have to show

    my son what you have said and accept your help so far.


  • saralyn_g Jun 14, 2009

    I still can't get it to work no place
    to plug in big beige cord in back of computer
    or anywhere else. I will let my son look
    at what you said and I appreciate your help.
    If he looks at it he can always check back
    with you another day when he is home.
    maybe he can watch the video and see something
    I don't see. I appreciate you trying to help.



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Hi there,

Go to the below link - (here is a video that help's you to connect the printer to the computer) -

Go to the below link for ritten help -

Good Luck!!

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

  • Mukesh Kumar Jun 14, 2009

    There are only two wires (cables) -

    1. The power cable - connect the power cable to the power board.
    2. The USB or 16 pin printer cable - This cable plug in two way one side to the printer and another to the computer back side. turn off the computer and try pluging this cable to your computer. 




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