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Setting Up the Printer Hardware for HP Officejet 9100 All-in-One Printer Series

Setting up the printer

The HP Officejet 9100 series all-in-one is packaged with the following components:
S. No.
Contents of the box
HP Officejet 9110
HP Officejet 9120
HP Officejet 9130
1
Setup poster
Yes
Yes
Yes
2
Getting started guide and HP customer support guide
Yes
Yes
Yes
3
Two Starter CDs (2 CDs)
Yes
Yes
Yes
4
Four printheads:
Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow
Yes
Yes
Yes
5
Four ink cartridges:
Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Power cable
Yes
Yes
Yes
7
USB cable
Yes
Yes
Yes
8
Parallel cable
Yes
Yes
Yes
9
Duplexer
Yes
Yes
Yes
10
250-sheet Tray 2
No
Yes
Yes
11
HP Jetdirect 620n internal print server card
No
Yes
Yes
12
Localized Qwerty keyboard
No
No
Yes
The setup procedure for HP Officejet 9100 series is as follows:
Step number
Setup procedure
Steps
1
Checking the contents of the box
2
Preparing the location
  • Ensure that the surface where you place the all-in-one is sturdy, flat, and located in a well-ventilated area.
  • Leave space around the all-in-one, including 50 mm (2 inches) for ventilation. Leave enough room behind the all-in-one to open the flatbed scanner lid.
  • Do not allow direct sunlight on the all-in-one.
  • Avoid presence of any chemicals near the all-in-one.
  • Temperature requirements: 15 to 35 degrees Celsius (C) (59 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit [F])
  • Humidity requirements: 15 percent to 80 percent non-condensing
  • Power requirements: 110 to 240 volts AC, 50/60 hertz (Hz) (±3 Hz)
3
Unpacking the printer and its components
  • Remove the packing tape from around the paper tray and the control panel.
  • Open the flatbed scanner lid and remove the packing tape and material from the scanner glass area.
  • Close the flatbed scanner lid and remove the packing tape from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) area and the ADF output tray.
  • Open the print-carriage access door by lifting the print-carriage access handle and unlock the scanner.
  • Unpack Tray 2 and remove the packing tape and shipping material. (Tray 2 is available with the HP Officejet 9120 and 9130.)
  • Place Tray 2 on the prepared location, and then place the all-in-one on the tray.
4
Replacing the control-panel overlay with the preferred
Language
  • Make sure that the power is off and the power cable is unplugged before performing this step. If necessary, replace the existing control-panel overlay (control panel cover) with the overlay of the language of your choice (available for selected countries only).
  • Use a flathead screwdriver to loosen the control panel cover.
  • Lift it off the control panel.
  • Align the new control panel cover with the control panel buttons. Insert the top portion first, and then press down on the bottom to snap the overlay into place.
5
Installing the auto-duplex unit
Slide the auto-duplex unit into the all-in-one until it locks into place.
6
Installing the ADF input tray
  • Align the tabs on the ADF input tray with the slots on the ADF.
  • Slide the ADF input tray into the slots until it snaps into place.
7
Installing the keyboard (The keyboard comes installed with HP Officejet 9130.)
  • Open the print-carriage access door by lifting the door handle.
  • The keyboard tray lock is situated under the print-carriage access door. Remove the keyboard tray lock and then close the door.
  • Press and release the keyboard tray to open the tray.
  • If there is a cover over the keyboard tray, remove it by pressing the two release latches under the tray.
  • Insert the back edge of the keyboard into the tray, and then press the keyboard down until it snaps into place.
8
Loading paper into Tray 1 or Tray 2
  • To load paper into a tray, pull the tray out. When loading paper into Tray 1, raise and remove the output tray.
  • If the is paper between 279 mm and 356 mm (11 inches and 14 inches) long, slide the latch on the tray edge in front of the tray to the right and lower the front of the tray. The tray need not be lowered when loading A4-size, letter-size, or smaller media.
  • Place the media in the tray with the print side down and then slide the media length and width adjusters to the edges of the media. The paper capacity of Tray 1 is 150 sheets and Tray 2 is 250 sheets.
  • Reattach and close the output tray after loading Tray 1.
  • Slide the tray back into the all-in-one.
  • Pull out the extension on the output tray to support the printed media.
9
Connecting the power cord and turning on the all-in-one
  • Connect the power cord to the all-in-one and an AC power outlet.
  • Press the (Power) button on the control panel to turn on the all-in-one.
10
Setting the language, country/region, date, and time
  • After turning the power on for the first time, the control panel prompts the user to set the language.
  • At the prompt, use the (up and down) buttons on the control panel to move to the desired language, and then press the (select) button.
  • The control panel prompts the user to set the country/region.
  • Press the - or + buttons to select the desired country/region, and then press the (Select) button.
  • Next, the control panel prompts the user to set the time.
  • To set the date, use the keypad or the keyboard to type the date and then press the (Select) button.
  • Type the time and then press the (Select) button.
11
Installing the ink cartridges
  • Remove each ink cartridge from its package.
  • Open the print-carriage access door to gain access to the printing supplies area.
  • Align the colored arrows and insert each ink cartridge into its respective color-coded socket.
  • Press in each ink cartridge to ensure proper contact.
12
Installing the Printheads
  • Turn on the all-in-one.
  • Open the print-carriage access door. Remove the packing tape from the printhead latch under the door.
  • Lift the printhead latch forward and down to release the hook from the metal latch.
  • Lift and push the latch toward the rear of the all-in-one.
  • Remove foam package from the printhead slot.
  • Remove each printhead from its package, and then remove the nozzle protective tape from each printhead.
  • Insert each printhead into its respective color-coded socket.
  • Press in each printhead to ensure proper contact.
  • Lift the latch forward so that the hook catches the metal latch.
  • Push the latch towards the rear of the printer. It should snap into place.
  • Close the print-carriage access door.
13
Printing the printhead alignment
The all-in-one automatically aligns the printheads and prints two pages.
14
Connecting the all-in-one to a phone line.
  • If a phone cord is plugged into the phone jack on the wall or a phone device, such as fax machine, unplug the cord and set it aside.
  • On the back of the all-in-one, plug one end of the phone cord that comes with the all-in-one into the line-in port.
  • Plug the other end of the phone cord into the phone jack on the wall or a phone device.
  • It is important to use the phone cord provided with the all-in-one because it provides the current surge protection, such as lightning protection to the all-in-one.
15
Connecting the all-in-one to the network
  • Connecting the network cable:
  • Connect the all-in-one to the network.
16a
Connecting the all-in-one to the network (contd.)
Setting the IP address to use the e-mail feature:
  • Press the (MENU) button on the control panel.
  • Press the (up and down) buttons to move to Network & I/O, and then press the (Select) button.
  • Press the (up and down) buttons to move to Enhanced I/O, and then press the (Select) button.
  • Press the (up and down) buttons to move to TCP/IP, and then press the (Select) button.
  • Press the (up and down) buttons to move to CFG TCP/IP=NO, and then press the (Select) button).
  • Move to YES, and then press the (select) button.
  • Press the + button on the control panel until IP BYTE 1= appears.
  • Move to the first number in the IP address. Press the (Select) button to select the number. Press the (Select) button) again to move on to the next number in the IP address. Repeat until all four parts of the IP address are configured.
  • Press the (Select) button. The control-panel display returns to READY state and displays the new IP address.
16b
Connecting the all-in-one to the network (contd.)
Configuring the e-mail settings: Ensure that the HP Jetdirect IP/network address is set.
  • In a supported Web browser on your computer, type the IP address that you assigned to the all-in-one, and then click Go.
  • Click the Settings tab.
  • In the embedded Web server (EWS) page that appears, click Digital Send in the left pane.
  • If necessary, change the e-mail settings. See the onscreen user's guide for more information about e-mail settings.
  • Use the SMTP Server, LDAP Server, and Network Folder tabs to configure the e-mail features.
  • Verify that the all-in-one is connected to the network server and that the e-mail feature is working correctly. Place an original or image on the scanner glass.
  • Press E-MAIL.
  • Select or type an e-mail address, press the Select button, and then press START
16c
Connecting the all-in-one to the network (contd.)
Installing the software using the starter CD:
  • Insert the Starter CD into the CD-ROM drive and follow the installation procedure according to the operating system.
  • To use the scanning features of the all-in-one, install the Readiris software from Starter CD 2.
  • Configure the fax features .
16d
Connecting the all-in-one to the network (contd.)
Connect the all-in-one to the network.
17
Registering the all-in-one
Register the all-in-one to receive important support and technical Information.

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