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bluedog1100

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I'm sure this is so elementary as to be embarassing but--we had a brief flick of power outage and now the printer,an hp psc 1350 all in one is insane with all it's lights flashing and I really have no idea what to do to get it to print again. I will so much appreciate help, and,please, keep it simple. If I was very literate about 'puters I wouldn't be asking this question. Thanks in advance. Sally
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There have been no responses to my first post and I am now begging somebody to take pity on an old lady. There was a very short-split second- power outage and now the printer is flashing like crazy and I have no idea how to bring it back on line. I'm using XP and the printer is an hp psc 1350 all in one. Can someone please tell me what to do? Sally
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Hi Blue

Maybe try the HP website, they are usually good for support?

http://www.hp.com/sbso/bussupport.html

Hope this helps
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You posted your previous topic 7 hours ago, this is a very busy forum with only handful of helpers. If you haven't had a response to your topic in 3 days, you can post a new topic with a link to this thread in The Waiting Room.
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Have you tried unplugging it from the electrical outlet and then plugging it back in?

Edited by stettybet0, 22 May 2008 - 03:05 PM.

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hidyjane

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with only handful of helpers.


hum hum, I have offered my services, and not heard back yet :)
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hidyjane--I have been to the hp site, done what they told me to do and just like 45 sec ago the problem is fixed. I very much appreciate your help Sally
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No problem Sally, I'm glad it is all sorted.
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