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HP Flyer Red Laptop
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Does this laptop have a place to plug in a printer?
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Hello @dawnaowings

 

You need to be more specific about the model number so we can help you more accurately.

 

If you are talking about one of the 15 inch flyer red laptops sold in Walmart, then yes there are 3 USB ports you can choose from to connect a USB printer.

 

Example:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-Flyer-Red-15-6-15-f272wm-Laptop-PC-with-Intel-Pentium-N3540-Processor-...

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Yes that's the laptop I'm talking about! My printer cord has a square end on it. Maybe I could find a different cord adaptor that would work.

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Ya, a printer USB cord has a square end (USB type B plug), and a rectangle end (USB thype A plug).

The square end goes in the printer, the rectangle end goes in the laptop.

All modern day household printers will take a cord like this.

 

The cord should look like this photo...

 

6ft USB Cable for: HP Officejet 6500A Plus e-All-in-One Printer

If you are plugging the rectangle end into the printer, its the wrong port. The square plug will go in the back of the printer, usually down near the corner.

If you still cannot find the port, tell me what model printer you have.

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