Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
How to load paper
Hi robbinbryson, how are you, if you haven;t solved your problem as yet i think i can be of assistance. your printer is much the same as the hp photosmart 4280 that i have.
1. you got to pull the front folded panel down from the face of the printer.
2. lay the paper down on the flat surface of the panel you just pulled down.
3. gently slide the paper to the back, until it stops
4.then you can now print your documents.
5. the paper will come out of the upper section of that same tray and land on top, the rest is easy.
hope this helps, if it did please rate it and write back to let me know how it turned out. bye
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the "Feed Switch" button on the control panel (below the ON/OFF button) to be sure the green light at the back of the picture is lit. If not, try pushing the button and then printing again. It worked for me and it was so simple!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Try loading less paper AND try this trick:
Holde the stack of paper you are going to load with both hands... grip tight with the right hand and "bend" the paper like an arch. Then grip tight with the left hand, loosed grip with right, and "bend" the paper like a valley. Repeat this a few times to quickly seperate the individual pages so they don't stick together and thus jam in the printer!
Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Hey I had the same problem. Called the company; we couldn't fix it. Well I turned it upside down and a 2" flower stem fell out from when I cut some flowers next to my desk. It still didn't work. I was examining the feed area while it was running and I found another little piece of stem that was lodged way in there. I had to get it out with tweasers and it turned out to be 1" long. Couldn't really see it at all. Works fine now.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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