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What happens if internet is shut down

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I'm a snowbird and have shut off internet service for the summer while up North.  Also unplugged the printer as FL is the lightning capital of the USA.  I'm on the instant ink program.

 

is there any problem re-establishing service when I plug back in and restart my internet?

 

TIA for the advice.

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No, no problem at all @DPH1

 

Are you taking the printer from the one location to the other, or are you cancelling the account while you're away? 

 

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Lisa
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Left it in FL.Just downgraded to 3.99/mo plan until we return.

so, will everything just reboot and printer will work again when we plug back in and start internet service back up?

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Yes that is correct. It was a good idea to downgrade your plan while you're away.

 
I'm sending you a private message, please take a look:   How to check your messages
 


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Lisa
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