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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hp 2355 all in one error message
mine HP was acting the same way after a jam. I contacted hp and they told me it was a hardware issue and that I would need to purchase a new printer. I found a KB on thier site for this issue. It involved removing both ink carts and then reseting the printer with the ink carts out. it seemed to work.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
I'll need a little clarification to diagnose this but my guess is that you have something blocking the path of the printhead.
There are two possible diagnoses...
1. Service error: This is when the waste ink pads are full.. It's indicated by both ink and paper lights alternating with each other. I doubt very much this is the problem...
2. General or "Fatal" error: This is when something stops the printhead from doing its job and usually follows something like a paper jam where something has been left behind or been pulled out of alignment when clearing the jam. I'm betting on this being the case.
Here's a few things to try.
- A common one is a bit of paper that's become covered in ink making it hard to see, sticking up and blocking the path.
- Another is the parking pad or cleaning station being pulled out of position.
Regarding the solution from top_class... This would do more damage and solve none of your problem.. I suggest you ignore it.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Hope I could still share with you this fix because this is where you need to look at when you think you have done everything to remove the paper jam.
1. Turn off the printer and pull out all plugs and power cord that is attached to your printer.
2. Remove the paper tray at the bottom and let the printer lie at its back so that you can see underneath.
3. Get a flashlight and look closely for the sensor located underneath the printer. The sensor is located in a small square hole, just above the small black plastic "lever" (looks like a small hockey paddle) on the left side of the gray rubber roller. Move the lever so that you can freely look closer on the hole.
4. Notice because there could be a tiny paper shred stuck inside and this causes the sensor to detect a paper jam.
5. Get a small tweezer to remove that paper out.
6. Next, let the printer stand normally and return the tray back.
7. Re-plug all cables and start your printer. That's it!
You can also click on this link for this trick.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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