HP-brand printers

By shangtid ·
What two printer parts or components on a HP printer should never be replaced at the same time?

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by cmiller5400 In reply to HP-brand printers

What's the point of this question?????

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by wizard57m_cnet Moderator In reply to Ummmm...

Almost sounds like homework, or study question for HP Tech Support??

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Easy answer really

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to HP-brand printers

Any 2 parts that do not need replacing should never be replaced at the same time as it will achieve nothing.

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Shangtid, you should hang your head in shame

by Michael Jay In reply to HP-brand printers

And you call yourself an IT Consultant?

Everyone knows you cannot replace the right front and left rear, or the left front and right rear printer feet at the same time, printer instability will most likely result from this nasty practice.

Printer feet can only be replaced in pairs, both fronts, both rears, left or right sides.

Dang kids, they don't seem to know much about printer repair these days.

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by robo_dev In reply to Shangtid, you should hang ...


This sounds like one of those 'stump the chump' automotive repair puzzler questions from the Car Talk radio show.

I was going to guess something like the moving parts and the non-moving parts; if you replace both at the same time, you have a new printer.

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(for some of the) HP Printers

by SimionT In reply to HP-brand printers

If two parts need replacement on most of HP printer, recycle or trade-in the printer - otherwise it's NOT worth! These days you should improvise a fix than buy replacement parts from HP.

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