Question about HP PSC 2175 All-In-One InkJet Printer
On this issue it would be best for you to contact HP Customer Care since by the sounds of it I wouldnt put my money on it but it could have blown a fuse in the printer or a capacitor ect. But I can no be certain unless actually inspecting the unit.
go to that above link for the cutomer support.
as always you could try to unplug the printer for a few day and let it rest then give it ago.
Also make sure all plugs ect are connected firmly into the outlet and the printer and computer.
HP Customer care if the unit is under warrenty and can be serviced they will have it back to you before you know it. sometimes they even give out loaner printers for people if its asked for.
Hope that helps and gets you pointed in the right direction.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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