Like all printers, the Hewlett-Packard 3310 All-in-One printer can break in a variety of ways. Some problems can be fixed with software or the buttons on the machine, but for others you'll need to go in manually. Luckily, the HP 3310 offers a few more disassembly options than many printers. You can open the front and back to better locate your problem. Note that anything beyond these steps (i.e., prying something apart with a screwdriver) will void the warranty and may break the printer.
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Unplug the printer. Do not plug it back in until it is fully reassembled.
Remove the rear access door. You'll find this taking up the bottom half of the back of the printer. Slide the small catch left to detach.
Remove the duplexer. This is the long tubelike structure right behind the door. You can just slide it out.
Open the cartridge access door by sliding your hand under the front panel and lifting up.
Remove the ink cartridges (five little coloured boxes and one black box, all in a row) by pressing down on each individually. This will pop them up and out.
Remove the toner bar. This is a long cylinder behind the cartridges. It will come out with a little gentle wiggling.
Reassemble the printer after repair. Do not plug it back in until you are finished.
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