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I have a HP printer too, and it has the exactly same problem as everyone here talked about. The reason is the HP is a really bad printer and of poor design. Worst of all, the company never cares about what the customers think about its products as long as they sell them. I hate the HP printer and I will never buy any printer from HP. I know HP is still not listening, not until the day it goes bankrupt!

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Have you went to HP support to get help? go here and install your printer model http://www.hp.com/#Support and you can download drivers or get a live chat and free help for your printer. Not al of HP products are good they have had a few bad ones in the past but from my experience I have sold over 100 of there printers and have had few problems with them. I think you may be frustrated and seem to not be able to get help. If you need help please post the problem here so I can help you resolve the problem. HP has never not listened to me when I get them for support. Need to know your operating system as well. so if you really want to solve this post here with the information I requested and we will help you if we can. If you are just mad and need to vent I understand that to.

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Please go for Kyocera printer they are providing on site support

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