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reset factory settings 3050 all-in-one

Just bought a new 3050 all in one j610 printer. Tried to connect wireless to my network at home.

Failed. Now I want to start all over again, reinstall the printer, but each time the printer recognizes all his settings from before, language,...

But I want to start from scratch. Is there a way to reset the printers factory settings?

Thanks

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Re: reset factory settings 3050 all-in-one

Hi hoover8488,

 


hoover8488 wrote:

Just bought a new 3050 all in one j610 printer. Tried to connect wireless to my network at home.

Failed. Now I want to start all over again, reinstall the printer, but each time the printer recognizes all his settings from before, language,...

But I want to start from scratch. Is there a way to reset the printers factory settings?

Thanks


 

Have you turned off your firewall temporarily while trying to set up your printer?

 

Did you initially use a USB connection when you first installed the software?

 

Did the printer IP address match the subnet that your router wireless has?

 

Did you use the same type of wireless security that your router is using?

 

Does your router have an easy WPS function?

 

Best regards,

erico

 

 

 

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