Funny how none of the technicians at HP could help me solve this silly error. I still can't believe it was as simple changing the power cord. I have so many that look the same, but I guess HP products are just picking.
I too had the same error message on my printer. I knew it couldn't be anything major because I haven't had it that long. but now I see I just need to buy a new cord for the printer. Thanks. P.S. HP wouldn't help me either, they told me I would have to pay for my 'help'.
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In some forums and sites experts said that this problem maybe connected with the power supply cord or problem with USB cable/port. Try to connect the printer on some other USB port, try with other usb cable, try with other power cord, reinstall the driver. If no one of these tips works maybe you should go to HP Support Centre (maybe they telling you to buy a brand new printer, because the repair is more expensive than your printer). Good luck.
Talked to HP tech support today- the "Tech" said these errors are "internal hardware issues". Since HP has "no service locations for printers"- The only solution is.... TO BUY A NEW PRINTER! (of course $$$) Why did we not think of that!
As the previous message stated, I had the same problem and it was resolved by making sure that I used the original power cable. I couldn't find it at first and tried with three others all with the same error. Finally it was resolved by using the original.