HP Officejet J3500
HP Officejet J3500 Printer, size: 9.4 MB
HP Officejet J3500 All-IN-ONE
HP Officejet J3500 All-IN-one Setup Guide
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User reviews and opinions
|BugFactory||9:17pm on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
|HP ought to be ashamed selling a device that they KNOW is defective right out of the box. Getting the rebate for our old printer was a definite added bonus.|
|agroshek||3:55am on Friday, August 13th, 2010|
|[...] Easy To Use The quality of print was not what I expected. My HP 7580 did a better job. The printer is slow to warm up. Noisy","Slow Operation|
|Aeos||11:03am on Sunday, August 8th, 2010|
|Printer is very fast. Easy Setup","Easy To Use","Fast Operation None I am using this to replace a combination of a color laser printer that was beginning to jam too regularly and a stand-alone scanner. Easy to use. Easy Setup","Easy To Use","Fast Operation","Great Print Quality","Reliable Love the printer! Worked wireless and via USB right out of the box. The scanner set up more tricky but HP's customer support is fantasic!|
|cholden60||3:08am on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010|
|no complaints from owner. Very fast and excellent quality printing. The 2-sided printing feature works great, and set-up is simple. Overall an excellent product so far.|
|fen||10:57am on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010|
|"This replaced my 7301 Officejet which died after four years. The 8500 has several improvements and works great. "Everything worked as expected and quality is better then average. I am please with the printer. Worth the price.|
|pmelab||1:59am on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010|
|Used for a month in my home office and thus far very pleased. easy setup and remote printing capabilities along with good speed and duplex printing.|
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Control panel buttons and lights
The following diagram and related table provide a quick reference to the control panel features.
Label 7 8
Name and Description Speed Dial: Selects a speed dial number. Redial/Pause: Redials the most recently dialed number or inserts a 3-second pause in a fax number. Lighter / Darker: Lightens or darkens black-and-white faxes being sent. Fax Resolution: Adjusts the resolution for black-and-white faxes being sent. On light: Indicates, when lighted, that the device is on. The light blinks when the device is performing a task. Attention light: When blinking, the attention light indicates an error has occurred that requires your attention. Display: View menus and messages. Auto Answer: Switches among the Answer Mode settings. Depending on the setting, the device automatically answers incoming phone calls, requires you to receive the fax manually, or "listens" for fax tones. Flash: Cancels a fax and brings up a dial tone. Also used to answer a call waiting. Setup: Presents the Setup Menu for generating reports, changing fax and other maintenance settings, and accessing the Help menu. Press to scroll through the Help topics available, and then press OK to select a topic. The Help topic you select opens on your computer screen. Fax Menu: Places the device in fax mode and presents the Fax Menu. Press Fax Menu repeatedly to scroll through the options in the Fax Menu. Scan To: Places the device in scan mode and presents the Scan To menu for selecting a scan destination. Copy Menu: Places the device in copy mode and presents the Copy Menu. Press Copy Menu repeatedly to scroll through the options in the Copy Menu.
(continued) Label 14 Name and Description Start Black: Starts a black-and-white copy, scan, or fax job. Start Color: Starts a color copy, scan, or fax job (HP Officejet J3600 only.) 19 Cancel: Stops a job, exits a menu, or exits settings. Right arrow: Increases values on the display. OK: Selects a menu or a setting on the display. Left arrow: Decrease values on the display. Power: Turns the device on or off. The On light next to the Power button is lit when the device is on. The light blinks while performing a job. When the device is off, a minimal amount of power is still supplied to the device. To completely disconnect the power supply to the HP All-in-One, turn the device off, and then unplug the power cord. Keypad: Enter fax numbers, values, or text. One-touch speed dial buttons: Accesses the first ten speed dial numbers. Press a speed dial button once to select the speed dial number presented in the left column. Press the same speed dial button a second time to select the speed dial number in the right column.
Warning messages inform you of events that require your attention, but they do not prevent the device from operating. An example of a warning message is a low ink warning. These messages appear until you resolve the condition.
Error messages communicate that some action must be performed, such as adding media or clearing a media jam. These messages are usually accompanied by a blinking red Attention light. Take the appropriate action to continue printing. If the error message shows an error code, press the Power button to turn off the device, and then turn it on again. In most situations, this action solves the problem. If the message persists, your device might need service. For more information, see Support and warranty.
Critical error messages
Critical error messages inform you of a device failure. Some of these messages can be cleared by pressing the Power button to turn off the device, and then turning it on again. If a critical error persists, service is required. For more information, see Support and warranty.
Change device settings
You can change the device settings from these places: From the control panel. From the HP Solution Center (Windows) or HP Device Manager (Mac OS). For more information, see Use the HP photo and imaging software. NOTE: When you are configuring settings in HP Solution Center or in HP Device Manager, you cannot see the settings that have been configured from the control panel (such as the scan settings). To change settings from the control panel 1. At the control panel, press the menu button for the function you are using (for example, Copy Menu). 2. To reach the option that you want to change, use one of the following methods: Press a control-panel button, and then use the left or right arrow keys to adjust the value. Select the option from the menu on the control-panel display. 3. Select the value that you want, and then press OK.
To change settings from the HP Solution Center (Windows) See Use the HP photo and imaging software. To change settings from the HP photo and imaging software (Mac OS) 1. Click the HP Device Manager icon in the Dock. 2. Select the device in the Devices drop-down menu. 3. On the Information and Settings menu, click an item that you want to change. NOTE: Mac OS is supported by HP Officejet J3600 only.
Use the HP Solution Center (Windows)
On a Windows computer, the HP Solution Center is the entry point for the HP Photosmart Software. Use the HP Solution Center to change print settings, start the Fax Setup Wizard, order supplies, and access the onscreen Help. The features available in the HP Solution Center vary depending on the devices you have installed. The HP Solution Center is customized to show icons that are associated with the selected device. If the selected device is not equipped with a particular feature, then the icon for that feature does not appear in the HP Solution Center. If the HP Solution Center on your computer does not contain any icons, an error might have occurred during the software installation. To correct this, use the Control Panel in Windows to completely uninstall the HP Photosmart Software, and then reinstall the software. For more information, see the onscreen Help that came with the device. For information about opening the HP Solution Center, see Use the HP photo and imaging software.
Load other types of paper
(HP Officejet J3600 only) The following papers require extra attention to load them properly. NOTE: Not all paper sizes and paper types are available with all the functions on the device. Some paper sizes and paper types can only be used if you are starting a print job from the Print dialog box in a software application. They are not available for copying or faxing. Papers that are only available for printing from a software application are indicated as such.
HP Premium Inkjet Transparency Film and HP Premium Plus Inkjet Transparency Film Insert the film so that the white transparency strip (with arrows and the HP logo) is on top and is going into the input tray first. NOTE: The device cannot automatically detect the paper size or paper type. For best results, set the paper type to transparency film before printing or copying onto transparency film. HP Iron-On Transfers (for printing only) 1. Flatten the transfer sheet completely before using it; do not load curled sheets. TIP: To prevent curling, keep transfer sheets sealed in the original package until you are ready to use them. 2. Locate the blue stripe on the nonprinting side of the transfer paper and then manually feed one sheet at a time into the input tray with the blue stripe facing up. HP Greeting Cards, HP Photo Greeting Cards, or HP Textured Greeting Cards (for printing only) Insert a small stack of HP greeting card paper into the input tray with the print side down; slide the stack of cards forward until it stops. TIP: Make sure the area on which you want to print is inserted first, facing down in the input tray. HP Inkjet labels (for printing only) 1. Always use letter or A4 label sheets designed for use with HP inkjet devices (such as HP inkjet labels), and make sure that the labels are no more than two years old. Labels on older sheets might peel off when the paper is pulled through the device, causing subsequent paper jams. 2. Fan the stack of labels to make sure none of the pages are sticking together. 3. Place a stack of label sheets on top of full-size plain paper in the input tray, label side down. Do not insert labels one sheet at a time. For best results, set the paper type and paper size before copying or printing. Related topics Tips for selecting and using print media
Set up backup fax reception
Depending on your preference and security requirements, you can set up the device to store all the faxes it receives, only the faxes it receives while the device is in an error condition, or none of the faxes it receives.
The following Backup Fax Reception modes are available:
On The default setting. When Backup Fax Reception is On, the device stores all received faxes in memory. This enables you to reprint up to eight of the most recently printed faxes if they are still saved in memory. NOTE: When device memory is low, it overwrites the oldest, printed faxes as it receives new faxes. If the memory becomes full of unprinted faxes, the device stops answering incoming fax calls. NOTE: If you receive a fax that is too large, such as a very detailed color photo, it might not be stored in memory due to memory limitations. On Error Only Causes the device to store faxes in memory only if an error condition exists that prevents the device from printing the faxes (for example, if the device runs out of paper). The device continues to store incoming faxes as long as there is memory available. (If the memory becomes full, the device stops answering incoming fax calls.) When the error condition is resolved, the faxes stored in memory print automatically, and then they are deleted from memory. Faxes are never stored in memory. For example, you might want to turn off Backup Fax Reception for security purposes. If an error condition occurs that prevents the device from printing (for example, the device runs out of paper), the device stops answering incoming fax calls.
NOTE: If Backup Fax Reception is enabled and you turn off the device, all faxes stored in memory are deleted, including any unprinted faxes that you might have received while the device was in an error condition. You must contact the senders to ask them to resend any unprinted faxes. For a list of the faxes you have received, print the Fax Log. The Fax Log is not deleted when the device is turned off. To set backup fax reception from the control panel 1. Press Setup. 2. Select Advance Fax Setup, and then select Backup Fax Reception. 3. Press the right arrow button to select On, On Error Only, or Off. 4. Press OK.
Reprint received faxes from memory
If you set the Backup Fax Reception mode to On, the received faxes are stored in memory, whether the device has an error condition or not. NOTE: After the memory becomes full, the oldest, printed faxes are overwritten as new faxes are received. If all the stored faxes are unprinted, the device does not receive any fax calls until you print or delete the faxes from memory. You might also want to delete the faxes in memory for security or privacy purposes.
Shared voice/fax with computer DSL/ADSL modem Use these instructions if your computer has a DSL/ADSL modem
Telephone wall jack Parallel splitter DSL/ADSL filter Phone cord supplied with the device DSL/ADSL modem Computer Telephone
To set up the device with a computer DSL/ADSL modem 1. Obtain a DSL filter from your DSL provider. NOTE: Phones in other parts of the home/office sharing the same phone number with DSL service will need to be connected to additional DSL filters, otherwise you will experience noise when making voice calls. 2. Using the phone cord supplied in the box with the devices, connect one end to the DSL filter, then connect the other end to the port labeled 1-LINE on the back of the device. NOTE: If you do not use the supplied cord to connect from the DSL filter to the device, you might not be able to fax successfully. This special phone cord is different from phone cords you might already have in your home or office. 3. If you have a parallel-type phone system, remove the white plug from the port labeled 2-EXT on the back of the device, and then connect a phone to this port. 4. Connect the DSL filter to the parallel splitter. 5. Connect the DSL modem to the parallel splitter. 6. Connect the parallel splitter to the wall jack. 7. Run a fax test. When the phone rings, the device automatically answers after the number of rings you set in the Rings to Answer setting. The device begins emitting fax reception tones to the sending fax machine and receives the fax. Case I: Shared voice/fax line with answering machine If you receive both voice calls and fax calls at the same phone number, and you also have an answering machine that answers voice calls at this phone number, set up the device as described in this section.
Figure 7-9 Back view of the device
3 Telephone wall jack Use the phone cord provided to connect to the 1-LINE port on the back of the device Answering machine
(continued) 4 Telephone (optional)
To set up the device with a shared voice/fax line with answering machine 1. Remove the white plug from the port labeled 2-EXT on the back of the device. 2. Unplug your answering machine from the telephone wall jack, and connect it to the port labeled 2-EXT on the back of the device. NOTE: If you do not connect your answering machine directly to the device, fax tones from a sending fax machine might be recorded on your answering machine, and you probably will not be able to receive faxes with the device. 3. Using the phone cord supplied in the box with the device, connect one end to your telephone wall jack, then connect the other end to the port labeled 1-LINE on the back of the device. NOTE: If you do not use the supplied cord to connect from the telephone wall jack to the device, you might not be able to fax successfully. This special phone cord is different from the phone cords you might already have in your home or office. 4. (Optional) If your answering machine does not have a built-in phone, for convenience you might want to connect a phone to the back of your answering machine at the "OUT" port. NOTE: If your answering machine does not let you connect an external phone, you can purchase and use a parallel splitter (also known as a coupler) to connect both the answering machine and telephone to the device. You can use standard phone cords for these connections. 5. Turn on the Auto Answer setting. 6. Set your answering machine to answer after a low number of rings. 7. Change the Rings to Answer setting on the device to the maximum number of rings supported by your device. (The maximum number of rings varies by country/region.) 8. Run a fax test. When the phone rings, your answering machine answers after the number of rings you have set, and then plays your recorded greeting. The device monitors the call during this time, "listening" for fax tones. If incoming fax tones are detected, the device emits fax reception tones and receives the fax; if there are no fax tones, the device stops monitoring the line and your answering machine can record a voice message. Case J: Shared voice/fax line with computer modem and answering machine If you receive both voice calls and fax calls at the same phone number, and you also have a computer modem and answering machine connected on this phone line, set up the HP device as described in this section.
Poor print quality and unexpected printouts
Poor quality printouts Meaningless characters print Ink is smearing Ink is not filling the text or graphics completely Output is faded or dull colored Colors are printing as black and white Wrong colors are printing Printout shows bleeding colors
Colors do not line up properly Lines or dots are missing from text or graphics
Poor quality printouts
Check the print cartridges Make sure the correct print cartridges are installed and the print cartridges are not low on ink. For more information, see Manage the device and Supported print cartridges. Check the paper quality The paper might be too moist or too rough. Make sure the media meets HP specifications, and try to print again. For more information, see Select print media. Check the type of media loaded in the device Make sure the device supports the type of media you have loaded. For more information, see Understand specifications for supported media. Check the device location and length of USB cable High electromagnetic fields (such as those generated by USB cables) can sometimes cause slight distortions to printouts. Move the device away from the source of the electromagnetic fields. Also, it is recommended that you use a USB cable that is less than 3 meters (9.8 feet) long to minimize the effects of these electromagnetic fields.
Meaningless characters print
If an interruption occurs to a job that is printing, the device might not recognize the rest of the job. Cancel the print job and wait for the device to return to the ready state. If the device does not return to the ready state, cancel all jobs and wait again. When the device is ready, resend the job. If prompted by the computer to retry the job, click Cancel. Check the cable connections If the device and computer are connected with a USB cable, the problem may be due to a poor cable connection. Make sure the cable connections at both ends are secure. If the problem persists, turn off the device, disconnect the cable from the device, turn on the device without connecting the cable, and delete any remaining jobs from the print spooler. When the Power light is on and not flashing, reconnect the cable. Check the document file The document file may be damaged. If you can print other documents from the same application, try printing a backup copy of your document, if available.
Multiple pages are being picked up
Fan the media before loading. Make sure the paper guides are set to the correct markings in the tray for the media size you are loading. Also make sure the guides are snug, but not tight, against the stack.
Make sure the tray is not overloaded with paper. Use HP media for optimum performance and efficiency.
Solve copy problems
If the following topics do not help, see Support and warranty for information about HP support.
No copy came out
Check the power Make sure that the power cord is securely connected, and the device turned on. Check the status of the device The device might be busy with another job. Check the control-panel display for information about the status of jobs. Wait for any job that is processing to finish. The device might be jammed. Check for jams. See Clear paper jams. Check the trays Make sure that media is loaded. See Load media for more information.
Copies are blank
Check the trays If you are copying from the ADF, make sure that the originals have been loaded correctly. For more information, see Load an original in the automatic document feeder (ADF). Check the media The media might not meet Hewlett-Packard media specifications (for example, the media is too moist or too rough). See Select print media for more information. Check the settings The contrast setting might be set too light. Use the Copy button on the control panel to create darker copies.
Documents are missing or faded
Check the media The media might not meet Hewlett-Packard media specifications (for example, the media is too moist or too rough). See Select print media for more information. Check the settings The quality setting of Fast (which produces draft-quality copies) might be responsible for the missing or faded documents. Change to the Normal or Best setting. Check the original The accuracy of the copy depends on the quality and size of the original. Use the Copy menu to adjust the brightness of the copy. If the original is too light, the copy might not be able to compensate, even if you adjust the contrast. Colored backgrounds might cause images in the foreground to blend into the background, or the background might appear in a different shade.
Size is reduced
The reduce/enlarge or other copy feature might have been set from the control panel to reduce the scanned image. Check the settings for the copy job to make sure that they are for normal size. The HP photo and imaging software settings might be set to reduce the scanned image. Change the settings, if needed. See the onscreen Help for the HP photo and imaging software for more information.
Copy quality is poor
Take steps to improve the copy quality Use quality originals. Load the media correctly. If the media is loaded incorrectly, it might skew, causing unclear images. See Load media for more information. Use or make a carrier sheet to protect your originals. Check the device The ADF might need cleaning. See Clean the device for more information.
Copy defects are apparent
Vertical white or faded stripes The media might not meet Hewlett-Packard media specifications (for example, the media is too moist or too rough). See Select print media for more information. Too light or dark Try adjusting the contrast and copy-quality settings. Unwanted lines The ADF might need cleaning. See Clean the device for more information. Black dots or streaks Ink, glue, correction fluid, or an unwanted substance might be on the ADF. Try cleaning the device. See Clean the device for more information. Unclear text Try adjusting the contrast and copy-quality settings. The default enhancement setting might not be suitable for the job. Check the setting and change it to enhance text or photographs, if needed. For more information, see Adjust the lightness and darkness of your copy. Incompletely filled text or graphics Try adjusting the contrast and copy-quality settings. Copy is slanted or skewed Make sure that the ADF input tray is not too full. Make sure that the ADF width adjusters are snug against the sides of the media.
Large, black typefaces look splotchy (not smooth) The default enhancement setting might not be suitable for the job. Check the setting and change it to enhance text or photographs, if needed. For more information, see Change the copy settings. Horizontal grainy or white bands in light-gray to medium-gray areas The default enhancement setting might not be suitable for the job. Check the setting and change it to enhance text or photographs, if needed. For more information, see Change the copy settings.
Error messages appear
Reload document and then reload job Press the OK button, and then reload the remaining documents (up to 20 pages) in the ADF. For more information see Load originals.
Solve scan problems
If the following topics do not help, see Support and warranty for information about HP support. NOTE: If you are starting the scan from a computer, see the onscreen software Help for troubleshooting information.
Scanner did nothing
Check the original Make sure that the original is loaded correctly. For more information, see Load originals. Check the device The device might be coming out of PowerSave mode after a period of inactivity, which delays processing a short while. Wait until the device reaches the READY state.
Scan takes too long
Check the settings If you set the resolution too high, the scan job takes longer and results in larger files. To obtain good results when scanning or copying, do not use a resolution that is higher than needed. You can lower the resolution to scan more quickly. If you acquire an image through TWAIN, you can change the settings so that the original scans in black and white. See the onscreen Help for the TWAIN program for information. Check the status of the device If you sent a print or copy job before you tried to scan, the scan starts if the scanner is not busy. However, the printing and scanning processes share memory, which means that the scan might be slower.
Part of the document did not scan or text is missing
Check the original Make sure that you loaded the original correctly. For more information, see Load originals. Colored backgrounds can cause images in the foreground to blend into the background. Try adjusting the settings before you scan the original, or try enhancing the image after you scan the original. Check the settings Make sure that the input media size is large enough for the original that you are scanning. If you are using the HP photo and imaging software, the default settings in the HP photo and imaging software might be set to automatically perform a specific task other than the one that you are attempting. See the onscreen Help for the HP photo and imaging software for instructions about changing the properties.
Text cannot be edited
Check the settings Make sure that the OCR software is set to edit text. When you scan the original, make sure that you select a document type that creates editable text. If text is classified as a graphic, it is not converted to text. Your OCR program might be linked to a word-processing program that does not perform OCR tasks. See the product software Help for more information about linking programs. Check the originals For OCR, the original must be loaded into the ADF face-down. Make sure that you loaded the original correctly. For more information, see Load originals. The OCR program might not recognize text that is tightly spaced. For example, if the text that the OCR program converts has missing or combined characters, "rn" might appear as "m." The accuracy of the OCR program depends on the image quality, text size, and structure of the original and the quality of the scan itself. Make sure that your original has good image quality. Colored backgrounds can cause images in the foreground to blend too much. Try adjusting the settings before you scan the original, or try enhancing the image after you scan the original. If you are performing an OCR operation on an original, any colored text on the original does not scan well, if at all.
The phone cord that came with my device is not long enough Solution: If the phone cord that came with the device is not long enough, you can use a coupler to extend the length. You can purchase a coupler at an electronics store that carries phone accessories. You will also need another phone cord, which can be a standard phone cord that you might already have in your home or office.
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TIP: If the device came with a 2-wire phone cord adaptor, you can use it with a 4-wire phone cord to extend the length. For information on using the 2-wire phone cord adaptor, see the documentation that came with it. To extend your phone cord 1. Using the phone cord supplied in the box with the device, connect one end to the coupler, then connect the other end to the port labeled 1-LINE on the back of the device. 2. Connect another phone cord to the open port on the coupler and to the telephone wall jack.
Troubleshoot installation issues
If the following topics do not help, see Support and warranty for information about HP support. Hardware installation suggestions Software installation suggestions
Hardware installation suggestions
Check the device Make sure that all packing tape and material have been removed from outside and inside the device. Make sure that the device is loaded with paper. Make sure that no lights are on or blinking except the Ready light, which should be on. If the Attention light is blinking, check for messages on the control panel. Check the hardware connections Make sure that any cords and cables that you are using are in good working order. Make sure that the power cord is connected securely to both the device and to a working power outlet. Make sure that the phone cord is connected to the 1-LINE port. Check the print cartridges Make sure the tape is removed from the print cartridges. Make sure that the print cartridges are firmly installed in their correct slot. Press down firmly on each one to ensure proper contact. The HP Officejet J3500 supports a black print cartridge only. Check the device to ensure the following: Power light is on and not blinking. When the device is first turned on, it takes approximately 45 seconds to warm up. The device is in the Ready state, and no other lights on the control panel are lit or blinking. If lights are lit or blinking, see the message on the control panel.
To order media such as HP Premium Plus Photo Paper or HP Premium Paper, go to www.hpshopping.com. NOTE: The HP Officejet J3500 supports plain paper only.
Support and warranty
The information in Maintain and troubleshoot suggests solutions to common problems. If your device is not operating correctly and those suggestions did not solve your problem, try using one of the following support services to obtain assistance. This section contains the following topics: Hewlett-Packard limited warranty statement Obtain electronic support Obtain HP telephone support Prepare the device for shipment Pack the device
Hewlett-Packard limited warranty statement
Obtain electronic support
To find support and warranty information, go to the HP Web site at www.hp.com/support. If prompted, choose your country/region, and then click Contact HP for information on calling for technical support. This Web site also offers technical support, drivers, supplies, ordering information and other options such as: Access online support pages. Send HP an e-mail message for answers to your questions. Connect with an HP technician by using online chat. Check for software updates.
You can also obtain support from the Toolbox (Windows). The Toolbox provides easy, step-by-step solutions to common printing problems. For more information, see Toolbox (Windows). Support options and availability vary by product, country/region, and language.
Obtain HP telephone support
During the warranty period, you may obtain assistance from the HP Customer Care Center. This section contains the following topics: Before you call Support process HP support by phone Additional warranty options HP Quick Exchange Service (Japan) Call HP Korea customer support
Before you call
Visit the HP Web site (www.hp.com/support) for the latest troubleshooting information, or product fixes and updates. To assist our Customer Care Center representatives to serve you better, prepare the following information if you need to call HP. 1. If the device does not print, get the following information ready: 2. 3. 4. 5. Device model Model number and serial number (check the back of the device)
dark images, troubleshoot copies 125 scans 129 darken copies 41 faxes 54 Declaration of Conformity (DOC) 169 default settings control panel 16 copy 38 driver 33 fax 55 print 33 deleting faxes from memory 58 Device Services tab 71 dial tone test, failure 133 dial type, setting 64 dial-up modem shared with fax (parallel phone systems) 82 shared with fax and answering machine (parallel phone sy anstems) 89
ECM. See error correction mode edit scanned images 44 text in OCR program 45 electrical specifications 160 envelopes guidelines 22 load 28 tray supporting 23 environmental specifications 160 environmental sustainability program 170 error correction mode 55 error messages control panel 16 unable to activate TWAIN source 128 error reports, fax 67 error-correction mode, fax 63
faded copies 124 faded stripes on copies, troubleshoot 125 fast copy quality 39
Index modem, shared with (parallel phone systems) 82 monitor dialing 49, 51 paper size 59 parallel phone systems 73 pause 18 PBX system, set up (parallel phone systems) 78 phone cord connection test, failed 131 phone cord too short 140 phone cord type test, failed 132 photos 53 poll to receive 58 receive 55 receive, troubleshoot 135, 138 redial options 64 reduction 59 reports 66 reprint 57 resolution 53 rings to answer 62 schedule 50 send 47 send to multiple recipients 51 send, troubleshoot 135, 137, 140 separate line setup (parallel phone systems) 76 set up 72 settings 53 settings, change 61 setup types 73 shared phone line setup (parallel phone systems) 80 specifications 159 speed 64 speed-dial entries, set up 31 speed-dial groups, set up 31 test failed 130 test setup 65 troubleshoot 129 voice mail, set up (parallel phone systems) 81 wall jack test, failed 131 Fax menu 15 fax port, locating 11 Fax Resolution 12 firewalls, troubleshoot 117 fit to page 40 FoIP 65 fonts supported 157 forwarding faxes 58 ISDN line, set up with fax parallel phone systems 78
jams media to avoid 21 jams, paper 144 jobs settings 16 junk fax mode 60
getting started guide 9 glass strip clean 114 grainy or white bands on copies, troubleshoot 126 graphics incompletely filled on copies 125 ink not filling in 121 look different from original scan 129 missing lines or dots 122 greeting cards, load 28 groups, speed-dial set up 31
keypad 13 keypad, control panel enter text and symbols 18
labels load 28 language, printer 157 left arrow 13 legal paper copy 38 load 24 letter paper copy 38 load 24 light images, troubleshoot copies 125 scans 129 lighten copies 41 faxes 54 Lighter/Darker 12 lights, control panel 12 line condition test, fax 134 lines copies, troubleshoot 125 scans, troubleshoot 128, 129 load 10 x 15 cm photo paper x 6 inch photo paper 26 A4 paper 24 envelopes 28 full-size paper 24 greeting cards 28 index cards 27 iron-on transfers 28 labels 28 legal paper 24 letter paper 24
readme 9 rear access panel illustration 11 receive faxes auto answer mode 62 automatically 55 blocking numbers 60 forwarding 58 manually 56 polling 58 rings to answer 62 troubleshoot 135, 138 recycle ink cartridges 170 redial options, setting 64 Redial/Pause 12 reduce fax 59 reduce/enlarge copies resize to fit letter 40 resize to fit letter or Aregulatory information 163 regulatory model number 168 release notes 9 remove print cartridges 153 replace print cartridges 104 reports confirmation, fax 66 error, fax 67 fax test failed 130 reprint faxes from memory 57 resolution, fax 53 right arrow 13 rings to answer 62
save default settings 16 faxes in memory 56 scan cancel 45 edit images 44 error messages 128 from a TWAIN- or WIAcompliant program 44 from control panel 43
quality, copy 39
computer modem and voice line (parallel phone systems) 84 computer modem and voice mail (parallel phone systems) 93 connection types 13 distinctive ringing 63 distinctive ringing (parallel phone systems) 79 DSL (parallel phone systems) 77 fax 72 fax scenarios 73 fax, with parallel phone systems 73 ISDN line (parallel phone systems) 78 PBX system (parallel phone systems) 78 separate fax line (parallel phone systems) 76 shared phone line (parallel phone systems) 80 test fax 65 voice mail (parallel phone systems) 81 voice mail and computer modem (parallel phone systems) 93 Windows 96 setup poster 9 sharing 13 sharing device Mac OS 98 Windows 97 shipping the device 153 size scans, troubleshoot 129 troubleshoot copy 125 skew, troubleshoot copy 125 print 123 scan 128 slow print, troubleshoot 118 software connection types 13 HP Photosmart 17 installation on Mac OS 98 installation on Windows 96 OCR 45 uninstall from Mac OS 101
uninstall from Windows 99 warranty 148 Solution Center 17 sound pressure 160 specifications acoustic emissions 160 electrical 160 media 22 operating environment 160 physical 157 processor and memory 158 storage environment 160 system requirements 158 speed copy 39 troubleshoot for scanner 126 troubleshoot print 118 Speed Dial button 12 speed dial fax numbers, set up 31 groups, set up 31 one-touch buttons 13 print and view 32 send fax 47 start black 13 start color 13 status messages 16 supplies 69 storage environment specifications 160 streaks, troubleshoot copies 125 scan 129 stripes on scans, troubleshoot 128 subscriber identification code 62 supplies order online 145 status 69 yields 157 support. See customer support support process 149 symbols, enter 18 system requirements 158
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