HP Photosmart 8150 printer

  OliverWD 06 Sep 11
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My HP Photosmart 8150 printer does not switch on. The power cable is intact with the cable neon on. The 'On' switch has no effect. The 'Print' button neon is the only light on, but is faded and flashing. Restarting the PC and reconnecting cables makes no difference. I should appreciate advice as to how to restart the printer.

  northumbria61 06 Sep 11

Try contacting HP Customer Services (UK) enter link description here

  kristain 07 Sep 11

Hi,

Ensure that the cables are properly connected; you need to ensure that your printer is properly connected, and plugged in, and also the cable is accurately connected to the computer as well.

Check the power; make sure that the printer’s power is switched on, ensure that all the computer necessary computer components are also turned on.

Make sure that the hardware is properly plugged in, and also turned on. Apply troubleshooting.

A troubleshooter is a tool, which is generated automatically and which can easily fix the problems that occur with your system.

Thus, if you are coming across different issues related to your printer, then you can consult the troubleshooter.

You require driver applications to run your hardware devices.

Make sure that the drivers are not outdated, corrupt, or incompatible, resulting in disrupting the communication between the printer and the computer.

Always make sure that you are making use of the most recent and latest device drivers, and also that are compatible with your system requirements and specifications, as this can be extremely useful in resolving printer issues.

get more help to fix HP Printer Problems . Hope this information helps you.

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