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It says scan failure, cycle power and try again. what should I do?

1. Visit the below document and perform the steps provided in the document.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?
docname=c00787271&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&product=441125
2. if issue still persists,
Disconnect the power cable from power source without turning off the product.
press and hold Ok and Cancel button while inserting power cord into printer.
SOURCE:
Scanner Failure
Scanner failure means the scanner is not making enough light to see the home position. It happens when
the scanner lamp ages or is covered with dust. Cycle power is just power off and on again, and see if it
goes away.
SOURCE:
Scanner Failure Cycle Power and try
Hi,
Please try below resets one after the other if issue is not solved by 1st method.
Power Drain:
Turn OFF the printer, disconnect the power cable from backside of the printer and from wall outlet.
Press and hold the Power button for 60 seconds.
Connect the cable and turn ON the printer.
Partial Reset
Remove the power cable from back side of the printer while its ON.
Press and hold "#" and "3" button, while holding them both insert the power cable and release the
button after 10 seconds.
If printer turns OFF, press power button to turn it ON.
Semi-Full reset
Remove the ink cartridges.
Remove the power cable from back side of the printer while its ON.
Press and hold "#" and "6" button, while holding them both insert the power cable and release the
button after 10 seconds.
If printer turns OFF, press power button to turn it ON.
Insert the ink cartridges.
NVM Reset

Remove the ink cartridges.


Remove the power cable from back side of the printer while its ON.
Press and hold "OK" and "Cancel" button, while holding them both insert the power cable and release
the button after 10 seconds.
If printer turns OFF, press power button to turn it ON.
Insert the ink cartridges.
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