Question about HP Photosmart C6100 All-In-One Printer
Your power supply is likely at fault here.
You can try to 'reset' the supply by unplugging it from the printer, and then unplug the AC line cord. Plug line cord back in, then plug back into the printer.
If you are still having issues, then use a multimeter to measure the DC voltage at the connector's outside contacts (middle contact is not used). You should have approx. 32 volts. If not, then replace your power supply. There are many sources on the internet. Otherwise, your printer may be at fault, consult your user manual for instructions on a master reset.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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