Question about HP PSC 1610 All-in-One Printer, Scanner, Copier
Just had this problem myself on my HP PSC 1610 All in one. After some fiddling, I found out that the power connector in the back was not fully inserted and must have slid out a little over time and with movement. After pushing it the whole way in, it started up fine and didn't give the error.
To make sure that was in fact the problem, I pulled the connector out slightly and started it up to find it gave me the error again. Then pushed it in the whole way, and it started up fine with no error.
Hopefully this works for others as well.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Well-me big dummy. I had another HP printer, and then got that same error message when I tried to install the 1610. I assumed all HP power cords are the same. They aren't. I put the correct one on and she be goin'.
Me big dummy
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
Its a Fimware Error.
Try a Hardware Reset.
-Switch the Printer on
-unplug the powerkable
-press "#" and "6" and plug in the Powerkable.
when the Display shows Initialising or Semi-Full-Reset. release the "#" and the"6".
sometime this is working
Posted on Nov 07, 2007
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