Question about Printers & Copiers
I have a HP psc 2210 all in one printer. I moved it from one place to another. When I pluged the power back on, it went through its normal start up check procedure. It gets to a certain point, it starts to make a repetitive clicking noise. I cant stop it other than turning off the power. If I let it just go after a while it will stop and the display will say scanner failure. If I didnt pay so much for this damn thing I would intoruce it it my 12 gauge. Whats the deal, I can live without the scanner if that will help.
The movement of the ink carts is normal...They move across the page to spray out the graphics/text. They 'zero' at the power up. HPs are, in my personal experience, the most finicky brand there is...but they generally work pretty well. Did you try to unjam that scanner bar? If you can't, the economics of repair are not in your favor...which means it will cost more to fix than it is worth.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
Chances are that you didn't lock down the scanner when you moved the unit. You can attempt to open the unit and move the scanner bar manually to reset it. HPs are very difficult beasts when it comes to their power up check out. It must be fully functional...including all cartridges...to work in most cases. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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