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clear HP officejet 6500 printer memory

How do I clear the printer cache on an Officejet 6500 all in one printer?

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Re: clear HP officejet 6500 printer memory

To clear the Officejet 6500 of any information on print jobs or scans you can just remove the power for 30 seconds or so.  The officejet 6500 does not have any hard drive or other storage for storing print jobs, scans or faxes permamantely.

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Re: clear HP officejet 6500 printer memory

To clear the Officejet 6500 of any information on print jobs or scans you can just remove the power for 30 seconds or so.  The officejet 6500 does not have any hard drive or other storage for storing print jobs, scans or faxes permamantely.

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Re: clear HP officejet 6500 printer memory

Hi... i purchased a 2nd HP officejet 6500A  printer from my friend... 

Just want to ask if its possible to clear the following data in printer's memory? 

 

Print usage information

Fax usage information

and print usage information

 

tnx 

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