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My Hp 4200 Laser printer gives me 60.2 error

by emre09 / November 8, 2009 11:13 PM PST

My broken Hp 4200 printer gives me 60.2 error
when I open. It doesn't receive tray.
If you give me an information about my broken
piece, I will buy a spare part on this website Thank you. Have a nice day.

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Plenty of information about this error is found
by Steven Haninger / November 9, 2009 6:38 AM PST

with a simple google search and plenty of parts suppliers other than the one you listed. Could we ask why you chose that particular site and included a link? I hate to jump to conclusions but one could get the impression your post is really an ad.

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My Hp 4200 Laser printer gives me 60.2 error
by emre09 / November 9, 2009 3:33 PM PST

really think so,, and Let me correct the

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Just my thinking but Cnet is a wealth of generic
by Steven Haninger / November 9, 2009 7:36 PM PST

information but, when we get down to specific issues with specific pieces of hardware, I go to google or the manufacturer's forums first. Though you might get lucky, you're probably going to find more people who own that hardware item a lot quicker than you will here. Sometimes the best advice is to offer better places to find it. Having limited yourself to one vendor and even posting a link to their site could raise a red flag regarding forum policy. Just my two cents.

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Are you going to help
by emre09 / November 9, 2009 8:58 PM PST

Are you going to help

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Thought I just did so but look
by Steven Haninger / November 10, 2009 3:28 AM PST
In reply to: Are you going to help


Also type your printer model # (HP4200) and the error code and you'll get plenty of hits. I found


The symptoms you described were sketchy. No, I don't know the exact solution nor do I know if the site you linked to will have any needed parts. Perhaps none are needed at all. Good luck.
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