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Network status is "offline" . I just had to reinstall my router. I then had to remove the old network and add the new network for each of my laptops. I think I need to do the same for my HP officejet 6500 wireless printer. Any ideas how i remove the old network and add the new network (both the old and the new have the same network name).

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Most likely you need to set a new IP address on the printer, because your new router likely has a different Ip address than your old one.

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