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I cannot get my HP Photosmart Plus (Wireless) to print from the photo tray. It prints fine from the main paper tray. I have checked the settings several times...what am I missing? Thanks!

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Just got a HP Photosmart Plus B210 and have the same problem!!

Prints fine from main tray but won't pick up from photo tray!

Any solutions yet?

Posted on Nov 19, 2010

  • DocBog Dec 06, 2010

    I have a new HP 210a and having same problem. It will not recognize the photo tray. Tried all kinds of things, still no luck. It continues to print from the main paper tray. HELP !

  • Sarlac Apr 03, 2011

    Same here I bought 2 of the 210a wireless printers and both are having the same issue with the photo tray not picking up the paper, no matter how many times I try to re- seat the tray and paper, sounds like it be a flaw in manufacturing.

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