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how do i get a different printer code?

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Put in  my printer code but it doesn't work because it is past 24 hours and of course I didn't know that you had to do it within 24 hours until I tried to do it.  Thanks, HP.

New Hp Photosmart printer.

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Hi Speedreader, 

 

You will need to go to the setup menu, then "web services" and look for "Disable Web Services" or "Restore Factory Settings" or "Remove Web Services". Then go back to the same menu and "Enable Web Services". It should then print out a code. It may be the same code but this time when you enter it, it should work. 

 

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Hi speedreader,

 

A new code is not necessary, but rather just re-activate the current one.

 

To do so, it would vary depending on the printer.

In general:

  1. Go to the Web Services Menu.
  2. Select the option that says Print ePrint information page, Print info page, Printer email address, etc.
  3. This should print the same page with the same code with it re-activated for another 24 hours.

Again, if you can post the specific model then the specific menu options can be relayed.

 

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This response came after I dealt with HP.  I had printed it out again, but when I saw the same number I didn't know that it reactivated it--so after about 45 minutes, I got another code.  Tricky finding phone numbers.  Wish I'd known that it would have reactivated!  This is good to have up here for the next person.

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I  have  the HP Deskjet 3051A J611h   I have  the small black & grey screen  & there  is  no "print info page" under  the web services menu,  so I can't figure out  how to  get a new code  or re-activate. Can you give  me  specific instructions on how to do that for my model?

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@Itcmdrtom

 

Have you tried disabling web services then re-enabling them to see if a page will print out?

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Yes several times dosent print a thing
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sorry everyone,  my bad,   i wasn't realising the  eprint light indicator, was a button also,  Thanks HP Eprint Support for clearing up that mystery.  

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i net tha code for hp 3051 a

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Hi agr102064,

 

I see that you're looking for your printer code for your printer.  

 

Take a look at the document below.

 

 

ePrint

 

 

Let me know how it goes.

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