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When I turn it on, it says 'warming up...' indefinitely. what do i do?

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I had this problem several times. I used to unplug it for a short time and then restart it. worked everytime for me.

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These all-in-one product firmware updates will resolve issues with receiving faxes, warming-up, certain printing issues and memory full messages with the HP OfficeJet 6100 series products.

Warming-up - Under certain circumstances when the all-in-one will display "warming up" indefinitely after pressing one of the "Copy" or "Scan" buttons
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