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dr_caz
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how to reset hp psc 2355

I have an HP PSC 2355, which will not fully switch on. The HP screen switches on and then hangs indefinitely after about 10 seconds.

 

Can any one advise whether there is a method of resetting, or reloading firmware, which might help with this?

 

Many thanks

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Essika
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Re: how to reset hp psc 2355

As far as I know there is NO full reset on this unit, however, a power reset may fix it.

 

Unplug the powercord from the back of the printer,

Unplug powercord from the wall outlet

Press and hold the power button on the printer for 10 seconds

Plug the powercord into the printer

Plug the powercord directly in the wall outlet

 

This should clear any error states out of the printer.

Trained on Mac and Windows for inkjet printers.
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malcolmt
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Re: how to reset hp psc 2355

Worked for me, ta

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jim-co
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Re: how to reset hp psc 2355

Didn't work for me.

 

Any other suggestions?

 

Thanks.

Jim

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silverdome50
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Re: how to reset hp psc 2355

its a resetting of the main board. and probably the solder HP is using which is poor quality (great for the environment but not for humans-lol).

 

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silverdome50
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Re: how to reset hp psc 2355

HP is producing poor quality printers. noisy and problematic..

problem is, its the only decent printer out there. All made off shore, you get what you pay for.

cheap is cheap.

printerman
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