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ashicks
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Gibberish from a new Pro HP 8500A Premium

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Brand new replacement printer printing similiar gibberish to prior machine.  How to fix it or do I need to replace it again?

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Hey ashicks!

 

If it happened on your previous printer and it is happening again, chances are it is a communication issue from your computer. Are you printing via USB or over a network?

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I've been at the receiving end of gibberish from other HP printers.  I've usually encountered that problem when trying to print multiple .pdf files and I close one .pdf file after initiating the print, but before it is printed and then initiate one or more additional .pdf print jobs in the same way.  Although trying to save time by utilizing the print queue, I received gibberish and had to re-print all the docs slowly and let them finish before initiating the next .pdf print job.

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