But most of us just toss this out. Why do you need it?
Does anyone know where I can get a user manual for HP 682c deskjet printer? I have tried HP and EBay to no avail.
If you have the install CD, check to see if there a printable manual there. For all intents and purposes, it really doesn't provide much other than pictures and basic install and info. Just make a 1-page document that describes how to install, laminate it if you want.
HP may have a reference file on that model, check to see.
good luck -----Willy
I read a few of the hits I supplied and you can buy the manual from them for about 10 bucks. It's my choice to share how to find such with a crafty GOOGLE, but just like showing where the water is, I don't fill the water glass and hand it over.
Since it's a gift, the new owner should be chided if they complain about this manual. Instead, print what's on HP's web site about this printer. Since hp.com is alive, well and I can find that printer, I leave your work to you.
If you want to get rid of the ptr. just box it up and give whatever you do have to Goodwill or Sal Army store. I find many and usually, they're good to go and yes, I don't need the manual, just the drivers. Of course the ptr. works, but the cost of ink carts makes it a doubtful deal, but when then the end-users are pretty happy to pay when the cost is nominal and it works, plus usually these prtrs. I salvage are more than simple bottom-end models if new.
Well, sad to hear the manual would cost too much.
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