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Myn photsmart 3310 ink access door will not shut. No codwes show, only message stating door is open.

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  • MikeCh Sep 07, 2008

    The same happened to me. I went on HP's site and had a live chat with one of their reps. The person told me to disconnect the printer and the powerpack from the wall, wait 30 seconds and reconnect. I did it, but it was still locked. He then said that he suspected it was a hardware problem...then suggested that the option was to upgrade or replace the printer. I told him that I noticed that this was a recurrent problem mentioned on the web and I asked if there was any other option. He again recommended a new printer. I asked if there was a recall on the printer - NONE. Any other option? NO. So, I told him what I needed in a printer and he told me that he could arrange for an exchange for "much discounted prices". He came back with a "New PS C8100 HP @ $359". I asked him for the reduced prices, and he said that IS the reduced price, with my exchange of my defective printer. I politely declined his offer. Here, though, is what really upsets me. I know that the printer is out of warrantee, but this is a widely known problem. HP should respect their own reputation and endeavor to correct this wrong. Second, their rep told me that I could get a new printer from HP at "much discounted prices". It is very strange that this "discounted price" ($359) is the SAME price that HP asks for this printer on their website. Cheating and lying to your customers. Bad form, HP. 



  • Anonymous Sep 08, 2008

    door jamed open

  • Anonymous Sep 09, 2008

    I have not taken any steps except to take the machine to Office Depot for them to close.

  • MikeCh Sep 15, 2008

    UPDATE:
    I ended up taking mine back to Best Buy. I bought the 3 year extended warranty, and I am very glad that I did. It'll take about 4-6 weeks to hear something, but at least I'm not shelling out another $400 for a printer. Interesting...when I brought in the printer, they were lost on how to ship it - they can't ship it with the door open, and the door won't close. One of the "Geek Squad" guys tried to close it, and it was met with a loud CRACK!, but it was still stuck open. Then I started to worry about the warranty I bought. It doesn't cover physical damage, but in order to ship it, they will likely inflict physical damage. A horrible catch 22. Anyway, they typed the problem on the ticket sent into their service center, so I'm hopeful.


  • mtallen4 Feb 13, 2009

    I have the same problem, there has to be a solution besides having to take it apart completely. Especially for those who are not to good and taking thigs apart and putting it back together. Someone please help!!!!!!!



    mtallen4@msn.com

  • maliddie Mar 30, 2009

    Access door will not close. Is it because I need to replace the ink cartridges?

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I have the same problem and found it's a broken right back hinge. The plastic that holds the pin in place is broken and the spring underneath is preventing the access door from closing properly. Unfortunately, I had to take it apart to see it. If hp (or any other computer company) stocked these cheap parts, they couldn't make money selling disposable computer products...sad but true. I'll be looking for a cheap 3310 for replacement parts for mine...

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  • ces214 Sep 28, 2008

    Just a note: I found a non-working 3310 on ebay for less than $30 (includes shipping)...my problem is solved plus I've got extra parts.

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Hmm..sounds like maybe the ink cartridges need to be reseated.


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