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We have an HP photosmart 8150 which is experiencing a problem. There is a red light flashing in the Memory Card area and the screen is showing 88A008FO. The printer will not turn off.

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The printer's memory is full.. you have to perform a reset to resolve this problem.. Refer your manual for more information about resetting the device.. If you dont have one let me know.. and i will get you the manual

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Hi there

Try doing a hardware reset

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross Mar 08, 2008

    you can do this by disconnecting from the power and computer completely for 10 mins
    reconnect and try again

    regards
    Graeme

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