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Can I disable the automatic print of the Printer Alignment Page? Deskjet 2620

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The printer is physically powered off at the switch.  When it powers back on it automatically prints a "Printer Alignment Page".

 

How do I stop it from printing a "Printer Alignment Page" and wasting ink everyday?

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You need to complete the alignment by placing a printed alignment sheet on the scanner glass and pressing a button to finish the alignment. That will complete the alignment process and your printer will not print any ore alignment page every time turned on.

Also, you have a drawing and instructions on the bottom alignment sheet for the steps you need to take.




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hp desk jet 2135 all in one printer. Newly bought and installed at home USP connected to hp desk top PC

 Regulatory Model Number: SNPRH 1504 - 01 

ISSUE:   the moment the printer is switched on it immediately starts printing a "alignment Page" every time simply wasting ink.

After completing the print the power button keeps blinking.  How to stop this auto printing of "alignment print" 

Solution solicited please..

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