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HP 6310: memory card light flashing, printer will not turn on.

When I plug in my printer, the LCD display comes on, and the printer begins to power up. Then the display turns itself off, and the LED next to the memory card slots on the front begins flashing. The printer does not seem to respond to the power button in any way.

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  • jolly2008 Apr 27, 2008

    When I plug in my printer,hp officejet 6318 all in one the LCD display comes on, and the printer begins to power up. Then the display turns itself off, and the LED next to the memory card slots on the front begins flashing. The printer does not seem to respond to the power button in any way.

  • k_dinesh Jun 04, 2008

    When I plug in my printer,hp officejet 6318 all in one the LCD display comes on, and the printer begins to power up. Then the display turns Blinks and hangs and the LED next to the memory card slots on the front begins flashing. The printer does not seem to respond to the power button in any way.

  • Anonymous Aug 28, 2008

    When I plug in my printer, the LCD display comes on, and the printer begins to power up. Then the display turns itself off, and the LED next to the memory card slots on the front begins flashing. The printer does not seem to respond to the power button in any way.

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Need to reset Firmware

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Sounds like a good fix, how does one go about reseting the firmware?

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HP Officejet 6318 displays "reset


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Do a Cold Reset. This will return the printer to the original factory settings. But first, print out a configuration page so you will have a record of any custom settings you may want to re-enter after the reset. To get the config page, press the Go button and hold until 2 lights begin to flash, then release the button.

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1) Turn the printer off

2) Turn the printer on. As soon as the memory count starts onn the LCD display, press and hold the SELECT button. Continue holding it until all 3 lights flash once then remain on solid. This can take up to 10-15 seconds.

3) When the message SELECT LANGUAGE appears on the LCD display, press the UP or DOWN button until COLD RESET is displayed.

4) Press SELECT. This will start the Cold Reset process. When it's finished it will continue the power on sequence.

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HP LaserJets - Cold Reset Instructions Cold resetting a printer resets the printer to factory defaults.Please note: Any settings you make at the printers control panel will be reset to factory defaults, including the IP address if you have a JetDirect card installed. Remove the JetDirect card while you cold reset the printer if you don't want to erase the JetDirect card's settings.

You can also reset the NVRAM. Resetting the NVRAM will clear the page count and reset the service mode settings to factory defaults. On printers with a display panel you need to enter service mode to manually change the information stored in NVRAM. On printers that don't have a display panel, such as a 5P, 6P, 2100, 2200 there is a different procedure outlined below.
coldreset.jpg
"Older" printers with a display panel. (e.g. 4000, 4100, 5si, 8000, etc.)

Cold resetting the printer is simply a matter of turning the power off, holding down the GO or Online button while turning the printer on.
Resetting NVRAM settings must be done manually through service mode. See entering service mode.
"Newer" printers with a display panel. (e.g. 2300, 2400, 4200, 4250/4350, 4300, etc.)

Turn the printer off and then on. When the printer begins its memory count, press and hold down the Checkmark button until all the main LED signal lights illuminate and stay illuminated. Then release the Checkmark button, and use the Up/Down arrow keys to find the Cold Reset option, then press the Checkmark button again to choose that option.
Printers with no display panel.
HP 1100, 1200 - While the printer is on, press and hold the Go button for 5 seconds. This will reset the printer.
To reset the NVRAM. Turn the printer off. Press and hold the Go button for 20 seconds while powering on the printer.
HP 2100 - To perform a cold reset, turn the printer power off, then press and hold the JOB CANCEL button. Turn the printer power back on and after all the LEDs come on release the JOB CANCEL button. A cold reset changes most system parameters in NVRAM to the factory defaults. The JOB CANCEL button must be released within 20 seconds after all of the LEDs come on; otherwise, an NVRAM initialization is performed instead of a cold reset.
HP 2200 -
Cold reset:
1. Turn the printer power off.
2. Press and hold GO.
3. Turn the printer power back on and continue to hold GO until the Attention light turns on.
4. Release GO.
5. The device lights will begin cycling from front to rear. The cold-reset process will run until completion and the device will go to the ready state.

NVRAM Reset:
1. Turn the printer power off.
2. Press and hold GO.
3. Turn the printer power back on and continue to hold GO until the Attention, Ready, and Go lights turn on.
4. Release GO.
5. The device lights will begin cycling from font to rear. The NVRAM initialization will run until completion and the device will go to the ready state.
HP 5P & 6P
Cold reset:
Turn the power off and hold the reset button (button closest to the back of the printer) for LESS than 20 seconds while turning the printer on.
Reset the NVRAM:
Turn the power off and hold the reset button for MORE than 20 seconds while turning the printer on..

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Officejet 6310 won't turn on.


Ok try unplugging the printer for about 15 minutes and plug it back in that will reset the printer and it should work fine.
Let me know how it works out

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HP LaserJets - Cold Reset Instructions Cold resetting a printer resets the printer to factory defaults. Please note: Any settings you make at the printers control panel will be reset to factory defaults, including the IP address if you have a JetDirect card installed. Remove the JetDirect card while you cold reset the printer if you don't want to erase the JetDirect card's settings.

You can also reset the NVRAM. Resetting the NVRAM will clear the page count and reset the service mode settings to factory defaults. On printers with a display panel you need to enter service mode to manually change the information stored in NVRAM. On printers that don't have a display panel, such as a 5P, 6P, 2100, 2200 there is a different procedure outlined below.
coldreset.jpg
"Older" printers with a display panel. (e.g. 4000, 4100, 5si, 8000, etc.)

Cold resetting the printer is simply a matter of turning the power off, holding down the GO or Online button while turning the printer on.
Resetting NVRAM settings must be done manually through service mode. See entering service mode.
"Newer" printers with a display panel. (e.g. 2300, 2400, 4200, 4250/4350, 4300, etc.)

Turn the printer off and then on. When the printer begins its memory count, press and hold down the Checkmark button until all the main LED signal lights illuminate and stay illuminated. Then release the Checkmark button, and use the Up/Down arrow keys to find the Cold Reset option, then press the Checkmark button again to choose that option.
Printers with no display panel.
HP 1100, 1200 - While the printer is on, press and hold the Go button for 5 seconds. This will reset the printer.
To reset the NVRAM. Turn the printer off. Press and hold the Go button for 20 seconds while powering on the printer.
HP 2100 - To perform a cold reset, turn the printer power off, then press and hold the JOB CANCEL button. Turn the printer power back on and after all the LEDs come on release the JOB CANCEL button. A cold reset changes most system parameters in NVRAM to the factory defaults. The JOB CANCEL button must be released within 20 seconds after all of the LEDs come on; otherwise, an NVRAM initialization is performed instead of a cold reset.
HP 2200 -
Cold reset:
1. Turn the printer power off.
2. Press and hold GO.
3. Turn the printer power back on and continue to hold GO until the Attention light turns on.
4. Release GO.
5. The device lights will begin cycling from front to rear. The cold-reset process will run until completion and the device will go to the ready state.

NVRAM Reset:
1. Turn the printer power off.
2. Press and hold GO.
3. Turn the printer power back on and continue to hold GO until the Attention, Ready, and Go lights turn on.
4. Release GO.
5. The device lights will begin cycling from font to rear. The NVRAM initialization will run until completion and the device will go to the ready state.
HP 5P & 6P
Cold reset:
Turn the power off and hold the reset button (button closest to the back of the printer) for LESS than 20 seconds while turning the printer on.
Reset the NVRAM:
Turn the power off and hold the reset button for MORE than 20 seconds while turning the printer on..

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Problems with hp officejet 6310 printer.


The solution to this problem is to have a Class-Action-Lawsuit against HP.

The idea that HP can sell ten's of thousands of these kind of defective products that just to end up in a Land-Fill is not only immoral but also ILLEGAL.

Any Lawyers in the group?

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hi dear

try this

> unplug the power chord while the printer is turned on
> press and hold the # and 3 button on the printer at the same time.
> while holding it, plug the power chord. wait for 5 seconds and release your hands.
> once the reset is finished, check whether you are having the same problem.

thanks

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