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Re: PROBLEM WITH 2175 HP ALL IN ONE
Sounds like your encoder strip is out of alignment. The encoder strip is a thin clear plastic strip that runs along the back side of the print head. It feeds information to the print head during the print process. If it it out of alignment or is missing, the printer will make a violent clunking noise during startup and will fail its self test. If it is out of alignment and still mounted, push back on it with your thumbs, then push down gently. Finally, pull it toward you with your index fingers and up into the groove behind the print heads. If the encoder strip is unmounted or totally removed from the printer, check it for damage. If there is so much as a bend or kink in it, it will have to be replaced. New strips can be purchased from HP for around $60. You will have to determine whether it is cost effective to replace the strip or replace the printer. Now if it is undamaged, you can remount it. There is a hook on each side of the print track where the strip hooks into. Be careful because the strip will not hook in easily because once you get one side hooked in, it is difficult to keep it hooked in while you connect the other side. Once you get both sides hooked in, align it as stated above. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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Well if your spare is in its place got and tight and you don't have anything in your trunk that could make the clunking noise it sounds like your rear struts need to be chaanged,well at least one if you know what side the noise is coming from and it is better to change both at the same time and when you have the struts changed figure in a four way alignment.When you align the back most alignment machines are set up to do only front or all four not just the back.That way you don't wear out your rear tires prematurely.
click on start ---settings----printer and faxes now from here u can make a default printer just right click on the icon of that print which u want to use and set it as a default print. or if u just want to revert back the current one just uncheck the option by right clicking on the icon
I'm sorry to say this, but with those symptoms it sounds like the power supply was slowly becoming defective which sometimes happens. This is also probable if the machine would work when first turned on and then quit after a few minutes. Heat builds up and components begin breaking down with more heat. Best bet is to take it to a repair shop.