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HP7520 memory card removal

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My 7520 has been replaced, but before I recycle/trash, I think I need to remove the memory card so that no information on it can be retrieved. I cannot do anything from the printer's panel as it's stuck on an error message. How can I just remove the card inside? Or other options?

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Hi,

 

Printer supports the following cards

 

Which card do you have. Normally you can gently push it in and release, it wil come out.

 

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I guess maybe not using right words - I'm concerned about the internal memory which may also include my wifi password?

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Hi,

 

Reset it back to factory settings (the time it came out from a factory) will clear everything. Please use the printer control panel Setup then Tools/Preferences, Factory reset and confirm.

 

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I CAN't use the control panel because it's stuck on an error message and turning off/on, unplugging, etc doesn't clear the message. 

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