Cleaning of HP Deskjet F2280

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Is there any illustrated method to get service my printer (HP Deskjet F2280) at my home place?

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Cleaning of HP Deskjet F2280

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Cleaning of the upper side of the glass of your printer.

Finger marks, stains, dust etc on the glass surface of the printer slows down working performance and also disturb the correctness of the copy and scanning features.

In order to clean your HP Desk-jet F2280, these steps should be taken to clean the glass.

Turn off your printer and also unplug the power cable, and raise the top.

Clean the glass with the sponge slightly soaked with a non-abrasive glass cleanser.

Now, Dry the glass portion of your printer with a dry, soft cloth.

Cleaning the lid backing of the printer

Turn off your printer and also unplug the power cable, and raise the top.

Clean with a soft cloth with a mild soap and warm water. Do not scrub the backing.

Dry the backing with a dry, soft cloth.

Cleaning the outside

Use a soft, damp, cloth to clean dust, on the case. The exterior of the product does not require cleaning.

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Cleaning of HP Deskjet F2280

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Actually, if you have a strong mind and you know you can handle some of the minor parts of a printer, you can do your own way of cleaning the device. You just have to make sure that you can organize things while cleaning different parts of the printer. Because sometimes you may need to remove some of its parts in order to clean a particular area of the printer. Like for example, if you want to clean the part of the printer where the ink is attached or connected, you first have to learn how to detach the two ink containers to clean that area. If you can properly disconnect the containers then it would be easier for you to attach them again on the correct spot.

You can clean the outer part of the printer by wiping it with a clean cloth. You may also wish to remove the bottom part where the paper normally slides after the print job. It would also help you in understanding the different parts of the printer by reading its manual that came with it when you bought it. The manual completely describes the detachable parts of the printer and this will surely help you learn what parts can be removed and can’t be removed. The manual also describes how to properly align the printer if the printout becomes a little fuzzy.

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