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It's possible that there is a very small piece of printer paper jammed. Look above the print cartridges, especially above the cartridges and to the left. If necessary, use a flashlight.
Also, use a can of compressed air in and around the same area.
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Posted on May 23, 2011
When you start the system you should here your lamp and ink cartridges spool and test. You are listening for a small bump sounds followed by a smooth or whirling whisk sound. If you hear the system bumping and grinding and the sound remains on one side of the machine then you have a drive issue with either your scanner lamp or your ink cartridge. Being that it is giving you the error on the scanner, it is problem that one. Try this
Go into your menu and select and confirm every paper setting. with the lid lifted up, power the unit on and look for movement in these key areas. You may need to do this several times to narrow down the location of the problem. If indeed the drive systems are in need of service the purchase of a new system will be warranted. you will easily spend $60-150 to repair your system with a 30-90 day warranty or you can purchase a new one of equal or enhanced quality for the same price and have your new product warranty and the piece of mind of a working machine.
I know you may have wanted a fix for this, so i am just gonna tell you the secret to printer economics. Take your screwdriver and start systematically removing large cover and top mounted panels. Power the unit on and off repeatedly while trying different environmental variables. (i.e. unplug everything from the unit but the power cord and try disconnecting components at their cardbus and cable lvl and see if the system behaves more according to its desired specs. This will tell you that the removed component**(just do one at a time and replace it, then when you do them all, select one, disconnect it and leave it disconnect and systematically disconnect each of the other components, not having more than the two disconnected components at one given time) then progress to two components disconnect, and systematically do the same until all components have been tested.
This is a time consuming process but will let you know one thing, IS THIS PRINTER WORTH SAVING!!)
after opening the case, listening and watching for "hang ups" in the drive systems, component isolation trial and error troubleshooting, and a little patience will get you a long way.
GOOD LUCK AND LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU FIND
Posted on May 21, 2011
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Try to perform soft reset the printer. Please see procedure:
Unplug both ends of the power cord and both ends of the USB cord. Let the printer set for several hours without disturbing it so it will reset itself internally. It will not do this with power applied.
Plug the power cord into the unit, then plug the other end into the wall outlet or a protected power strip. Plug the USB cord into the computer, then plug the other end into the printer. Allow the printer to initialize on its own for a few minutes until it calms down, then follow the on-screen prompts.
It will tell you to load the paper tray and the photo tray whether they are loaded or not. Ignore that unless it is out of paper. The photo tray does not need to be loaded for the printer to use normal paper.
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Posted on May 19, 2011
did you mean the problems in your network? please explain in detail your problem
Posted on May 22, 2011
Hi, According to your problem first reset the tray, check the
proper attachment. Check the cartridges, if any one of the cartridges is empty.
Clean the cartridge head & align them. Use dry & good quality paper for
photo print. Reset printer settings; change it as image printing and best
quality. You can try to reinstall driver with photo printing utility that can
find out your photo tray. Check properly the wireless connection. First try
with normal document print. To be confirming about your printer status attach
the printer to a PC through USB and check with normal printing. If there is any
problem with paper tray, then you may have to replace it.
According to your problem first reset the tray, check the proper attachment. Check the cartridges, if any one of the cartridges is empty. Clean the cartridge head & align them. Use dry & good quality paper for photo print. Reset printer settings; change it as image printing and best quality. You can try to reinstall driver with photo printing utility that can find out your photo tray. Check properly the wireless connection. First try with normal document print. To be confirming about your printer status attach the printer to a PC through USB and check with normal printing. If there is any problem with paper tray, then you may have to replace it.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Photo tray problem
' Lift the output
tray up and verify that the photo tray ' is pushed in until it stops, then lower
output all the ' way down. Press OK
button on the printer to 'continue printing
' Lift the output
tray up and verify that the photo tray
' is pushed in until it stops, then lower
output all the
' way down. Press OK
button on the printer to
HP Photosmart C7280 All-in-One Printer
1. Turn off printer.
2. Pull out paper
tray and photo tray
3. Remove output
duplexer (on back of printer)
4. Open input sheet
feeder (on top of printer)
5. Open cartridge
access door. (Basically lift up control panel and scanner section of the
6. Turn on printer
(Power button on now raised control panel)
7. Printer may
display message "Performing printer alignment - Do not interrupt"
8. Wait for a few
minutes until printer stops making all setup noises.
9. Close cartridge
access door, close input sheet feeder, replace output duplexer, insert paper
10. Do a test print. All should be fine.
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