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Reset NVRAM on HP Photosmart C8180

Posted on 2010-11-13
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Hi,

A customer of mine has a phtoosmart C8180 that needs to be "hard reset."

HP says to call them for this info... does anyone here have it?  The printer is only 2 years old and it refuses to stay powered on-- it comes on,
then shuts off after a few minutes of self-diag.
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HP C8180 NVM Reset :
1. Unplug the power cord from the back of the HP All-in-One.
2. Wait 60 seconds.
3. Press and hold Print Photos & Photo Fix buttons simultaneously on the control panel; keep them pressed and reconnect the power cord to the All-in-One.
4. Continue pressing the buttons until the display goes blank or Reset shows on the control panel display.

I doubt; though, that that will fix it.......
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Thanks, that worked!
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