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Hp officejet 4300

Setting up new machine and is always coming up with paper jam and there is not one - have checked the cartridges and they seem ok

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  • libby7 May 26, 2008

    Thanks very much but discovered the machine was faulty. Have now installed my new machine.

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Hi
unplug the power cable
Press and hold # and 6 on the printer while keeping these two buttons on hold plug the power cable back in . when the screen goes off release the buttons and press the power button to turn the printer on. it ll perform a semiful reset on the printer .
if the issue still persists then unplug the power cable again
Press and hold OK and CANCEL on the printer while keeping these two buttons on hold plug the power cable back in . when the screen goes off release the buttons and press the power button to turn the printer on. If the issue still persists then call hp care they might replace the unit .

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