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You can do a reset on your printer.Unplug the power cord of the printer.Press and hold the # and 6 buttons together and then plug the power cord back into the outlet.Keep holding the 2 buttons until the display goes blank or RESET is displayed.If the printer automatically turns off, turn on the printer.The printer should start up and you will be able to select language code.
I think this may be an ink problem try resetting the printer
Follow steps below to reset Hewlett-Packard (HP) All-in-one Printers (products with keypads only). Resetting your printer will reset your printer to its original state.
For products with keypads on the control panel:
1. Without turning the unit off, unplug the power cord from the back of the product. 2. Press and hold “# and 6′ keys. 3. While holding those keys plug the power cord back in. 4. Wait until the screen goes blank before you release those keys. 5. Follow on printer screen instructions.
Strange because I have the same issue, and I've had this printer for over 3 years but the problem just started about a month ago.
I reset the printer by:
1) Unplug power to the printer
2) Hold #6 on the keyboard
3) Plug power cord back in while holding #6
Eventually (10 seconds?) the printer will shut down. Once it does, release #6 and power up the printer again.
Warning: This reset all the configuration settings.
This works for me, but there is still an issue because I have to repeat this every time I turn off/on the printer.
try unplugging power cord and holding #6while your plugginmg in the power cord hold the button down until you see the display lights turning on and release if you are printing wirelessly you will have to do the wireless setup wizard again.
if that doesn't work try plugging it directly to the wall
if all else fails it may be the printer
i have a sure shot resolution for this which worked John Oneill who had the similar problem ,
try this out The best way to deal with this issue is making sure that the printer isn't plugged to a surge protector and performing a partial reset youcan achieve this by unplugging the power cable and pressing # and 3 andthen replugging the cable and hold the # and 3 buttons until you seethe lcd lit up also try the # and 6 and then # and 9 to reset it to factory defaults if the previous doesnt work
might as well do a reset:
for partial reset:
1.unplug the power cord wthout turning the printer off
2.while the cord is unplugges, press # and number 3 simultaneously
3.hold the 2 button for 10 seconds while inserting the plug back
4.release the 2 buttons when the printer reinitialized.
for semi-full reset:
follow same steps but press # and number 6
semi full means the printer is set back to factory settings or default settings.
Try to reset the printer by unplugging the power cord without turning off the product and wait for 30 seconds. After that try to press and hold the power button for 5 seconds. Then press and hold the pound "#" key and the number 6 key on the number pad for faxing at the same time while plugging in the power cord. Release both buttons when you are prompted on the display like "Semi-full NVRAM reset". It would reset the printer to its factory settings