Question about HP PSC 2410 All-In-One InkJet Printer
My wife encountered a paper jam and not knowing the double secret probation process to clear it - you know - open the back, pull out in reverse - the counter intuitive way - well anyway NOW the printer prints at a snail's pace. [Actually snails are MUCH faster!] So is there a way to counter whatever her intuitive but contraindicated manner of clearing the jam has caused and get the printer back on track short of lugging it to an HP repair outlet? Thanks for any insights and suggestions. Chief
HP suggests unplugging the printer, press and hold 3 & # while plugging unit back in. Wait until clear appears on the display and you should be back in business. Hope that works.
Posted on May 23, 2007
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