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HP LaserJet Enterprise MFP M430, M431, HP LaserJet Managed MFP E42540 - Printer views

Identify certain parts of the printer and the control panel.

Printer front view

Identify the parts on the front of the printer.

Printer front view

Printer front components

Number

Description

1

Document feeder

2

Scanner

3

Front door release button (access to the toner cartridge)

4

Power on/off button

5

Tray 3 (optional)

6

Tray 2

7

Tray 1

8

Output bin extension

9

Output bin

10

Walk-up USB port (for printing and scanning without a computer)

11

Control panel (tilts up for easier viewing)

Printer back view

Identify the parts on the back of the printer.

Printer rear view

Printer rear components

Number

Description

1

USB port (for job storage and private printing)

Note:

This port might be covered.

2

USB interface port

3

Ethernet port

4

Fax "line in" port (for attaching the fax phone line to the printer)

5

Power connection

6

Tray 3 (optional)

Note:

Tray 3 extends when legal-size or A4-size paper is loaded.

7

Dust cover for Tray 2

Note:

Dust cover flips up when legal-size or A4-size paper is loaded.

8

Serial number and printer number label

9

Rear door (provides access for clearing jams)

Control-panel view

Use the touchscreen control panel to obtain printer and job status information, and to configure the printer.

Note:

Tilt the control panel for easier viewing.

Note:

The features that appear on the Home screen can vary, depending on the printer configuration.

Printer control panel

Printer control panel

Number

Item

Description

1

Reset button

Select the Reset button to clear changes, release the printer from a paused state, display hidden errors, and restore the default settings (including the language and keyboard layout).

2

Sign In or Sign Out button

Select the Sign In button to open the Sign In screen.

Select the Sign Out button to sign out of the printer. The printer restores all options to the default settings.

Note:

This button displays only if the administrator has configured the printer to require permission for access to features.

3

Information button Information button

Select the Information button Information button to access a screen that provides access to several types of printer information. Select the buttons at the bottom of the screen for the following information:

  • Display Language: Change the language setting for the current user session.

  • Sleep Mode: Place the printer into sleep mode.

  • Wi-Fi Direct: View information for how to connect directly to the printer using a phone, tablet, or other device with Wi-Fi. (Wireless features available with optional wireless accessories installed.)

  • Wireless: View or change wireless connection settings. (Wireless features available with optional wireless accessories installed.)

  • Ethernet: View or change Ethernet connection settings.

  • HP Web Services: View information to connect and print to the printer using HP Web Services (ePrint).

4

Help button Help button

Select the Help button Help button to open the embedded help system.

The system provides a list of help topics or information about a topic when using the Home screen, an app, an option, or a feature.

5

Copy button

Touch the Copy button to start a copy job.

6

Number of copies field

Touch the field to adjust the number of copies to be printed.

7

Applications area

Select any of the icons to open the application. Swipe the screen sideways to access more applications.

Note:

The available applications vary by printer. The administrator can configure which applications appear and the order in which they appear.

8

Home-screen page indicator

Indicates the number of pages on the Home screen or in an application. The current page is highlighted. Swipe the screen sideways to scroll between pages.

How to use the touchscreen control panel

Perform the following actions to use the printer touchscreen control panel.

Touchscreen control panel actions

Action

Description

Example

Touch

Touch gesture

Touch an item on the screen to select that item or open that menu. Also, when scrolling through menus, briefly touch the screen to stop the scrolling.

Touch the Settings icon to open the Settings app.

Swipe

Swipe gesture

Touch the screen and then move your finger horizontally to scroll the screen sideways.

Swipe until the Settings app displays.

Scroll

Scroll gesture

Touch the screen and then move your finger vertically to scroll the screen up and down. When scrolling through menus, briefly touch the screen to stop the scrolling.

Scroll through the Settings app.


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