11-20-2019 02:53 PM
Doing my first big print job. Every few pages the printer turns off. I get a blue screen with a symbol of the power button in it. Under the power button icon are the numbers 6201922A. Then all the lights start flashing. I have to unplug it and plug it back in to get it to restart. It's plugged into the wall and has all updates it could have. My internet speeds are not the issue. It sits about 4 feet away from my router and modem. Needless to say I'm losing a lot of time with this error. Help please.
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11-23-2019 09:14 AM
Welcome to the HP Support Community. I'd be happy to assist you with the "6201922A" error.
Let's try these steps to reset the printer -
1) Take out the cartridges.
2) Unplug the power cord from the printer & wall.
3) Wait for 30 seconds.
4) Plug the power cord back into the printer and wall, ensure the printer is plugged into the wall & not to a surge protector.
5) Insert the cartridges back into the printer.
Also, try updating the printer's firmware. Refer to this document for steps - HP Printers - Updating or Upgrading Printer Firmware
Hope this helps! Keep me posted.
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11-30-2019 10:05 AM
That's great! Happy to hear that.
If it is necessary for the product to be connected to an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), a power strip, or a surge protector, consider the following items:
There are many UPS configurations and load conditions that can affect proper printer operation. Depending on these configurations or load conditions, printer functionality cannot be predicted.
No damage to current HP LaserJet products will occur, but, depending on their particular UPS configuration, the printer may or may not operate properly.
Printing while on a UPS battery backup is not recommended because of the large power requirements of HP LaserJet products.
If the HP LaserJet printer is not operating properly and power line conditions are suspected, try a different circuit (a different wall plug located away from the current one), or try removing it from the UPS.
That said, unless it's a laserjet that requires a high amount of power that a normal UPS cannot handle during power cuts, you can use the UPS on standard desk jets or other low-end inkjets without any issues.
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