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Trying to remove and replace a printer on my InstantInk account.

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Old printer HP 6960, New printer HP 7155

I'm replacing a HP 6960 with a HP 7155.  I am having issues with setting up my InstantInk account with the new printer.


1 - when I try to remove the old one from the account, it says I have to cancel the account.

2 - however, it states on another page that installing a new printer is seamless and no new account is needed.

       whatever was setup on an old printer is transferred onto the new printer.

3 - When it is asking for the "Printer code", it does not appear on the print out, nor does a address.

4 - The printer is connected to my network, I've printed and scanned already.

My question is, I'm about to run out of black ink. , how do I remedy this?

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@Moondog_Pa, Welcome to the HP Support Community!


As there are multiple issues related to the Instant Ink account and change in printers, one on one interaction is required. I suggest you contact HP Instant Ink team for assistance with this issue. The contact information can be found on the home page of Instant Ink. Click here


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