This document explains the basics of setting up the product hardware. This document does not explain how to operate the product.
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note:The instructions below refer to using a Universal Serial Bus (USB) cable. You might have to purchase the cable separately as it might not be included with the product in every country/region.
note:The battery is not included in the box for all models. You might have to purchase the battery separately, depending upon the model of printer that you have.
note:Use only the battery specifically designed for use with this printer.Fully charge the battery before using (approximately 4 hours for the first charge, 2 hours for subsequent charges). The Power light is green when the battery is 41-100% charged, amber when 10-40% charged, and red when less than 10% charged. Charge the battery when the Power light turns amber. If it turns red, charge the battery as soon as possible. The battery status is also displayed on the Printer Status tab in the Toolbox (Windows) and the Power Management panel in the HP Printer Utility (Mac).
note:Insert the HP 802.11 printer card or Bluetooth card, with the lights facing up, into the CompactFlash card slot. Push in the card until it stops. Then lift up slightly on the card, and push further until it clicks into place.
note:If you are installing a Bluetooth card, make sure that your Bluetooth host device and operating system are supported by the printer.
caution:Do not connect the USB cable until prompted to do so during software installation.
note:Wait until the power light is the only printer light that remains lit.
note:Do not open the front access cover until the printer has finished starting up.
note:The printer will turn off and on when it receives the settings through the USB cable. Remove the USB cable when prompted.
note:Current 802.11 settings will be saved to the current position of the wireless profile switch. The wireless profile switch is used to switch between 802.11 profile settings when changing wireless networks.