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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well this is simple but iratating
There are paper feed from begining to end Im gonna say this is a manuel to static printer this is simple in the sense that you do not need to really do anything accept keep it clean. When you drop the paper in the printer you need too let feed dont stick it in there let it sit in the carrier and the printer should grab it if not You may have gotten a lemmon Take it back and tell them HEY IM NO ******!!!!!!!! You know that
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
You have the settinigs on the printer wrong. There are two things you need to do:
1. Open the tray and check that the paper guides are set to 8.5 x 11 (letter). There are both length and width guides in the paper tray, and EXEC size is quite a bit off from letter-it is more than 0.5 inch narrower than letter. It is also shorter than letter.
2. On the printer, use the settings button to navigate to the paper size. (The exact wording may vary; it's been a while since I worked on a 4050. It may be under print settings.) Once you find the paper size menu, configure tray 2-yes, I'm sure-to use letter size, any type. By the way, on HP lasers, tray 1 is the fold down tray on the front, tray 2 is the tray that will hold 500 sheets of paper and is the "drawer" that you load. Don't ask me why they use that numbering system.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, I have an hp
It seems like the printer still thinks that the cartridge latch is broken. Did you just replace the latch or did you replace the entire mechanism? Printers aren't as smart as us so even though we perceive something to be fixed, the printer might still think the problem exists. If you just replaced the latch, then try replacing the entire part that's attached to the carriage.
After you replaced the latch, did you unplug the printer from the outlet for at least 60 seconds? If you only unplugged it for a couple of seconds, the printer would have still held somewhat of a charge. However, if you unplug it for a full minute, then it should wipe the memory on the printer.
Another thing to check is if you are doing the maintenance tasks from your desktop or if you are doing it from the printer itself. If you're doing it from the Desktop only, then your computer might not be feeding the necessary information to the printer to tell it that the problem is resolved. If this is the case, uninstall and reinstall the drivers from HP's website.
Hope some of this information is helpful. :)
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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