HP 2500L password reset

Posted on 2006-07-05
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
Hello Everyone,

I have a HP color LaserJet 2500L printer. I need to change the IP information of that printer but unfortunately i dont have the password for the printer. I need to somehow reset the password for the printer so that i can change the password. Can someone help me here?

thanks a lot
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David523 earned 125 total points
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Per HP:

Hold down the green GO button while turning on the printer.
Continue to hold the GO button until only the bottom three LEDs are on.
Continue to hold the GO button for approximately five seconds after that (until the Attention light turns off).


Hope this Helps!!!

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thanks a lot david, that solution worked. :)

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Thank You!!     :-)

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