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Initial printer set up

Just tried to set up printer for the first time. when i plug it in and turn it on, all of the lights flash repetedly and the printer will not set up correctly for me to install printer cartridges. Please advise. Thank you in advance.

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Kingsley, Make sure you have removed all the packaging from the machine. Check inside the the cover etc. Uninstall the printer and Unplug the printer from the computer and from the electrical socket. Wait a few minutes plug in the printer don't hook the printer to the computer yet. Printer should let you install the cartridges. Download the latest driver package from HP and re-install the software and it will teel you when to hookup the printer. Good Luck, Tim

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