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HP Officejet 1175c powers down after 30 seconds, say, then will not switch bck on until 60 seconds have elapsed.

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Hi, I have a similar problem with power on of my HP Officejet 1175c as it does not turn on, when I press the turn on bottom. But if I wait some minutes it might power up for a few seconds and then turn off again. I have tried then to press the "Menu bottom" for a second, and it then sometimes power up and once it is up and warmed up it might print for hours, if you keep it busy. But if you leave it for a while, it normally turns off again and goes back to the "turn off / turn on" switching mode.
I cannot turn off the printer, but has to let it fall into "sleeping mode" and then takes the power from the source.
Does any body have a better more permanent solution, I would really like to have it. Could you replace the power on switch or unit?
Best regards Dan

Posted on Dec 01, 2010

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