Reviews and Problems with HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One
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The Hewlit Packard 6300 convinced me to never buy HP again
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have been a Hewlit Packard fan since the early 1990's and never thought I would even consider changing brands but the Hewlit Packard 6300 all-in-one printer has convinced me that I will never, ever buy one of their products again. The printer's concept itself is not too bad but in real use it uses an ungodly amount of ink, actually soaking through the paper unless you set it on fast draft and it requires you to buy cartridges when you do not need them even when they...
I would think twice about buying this HP Officejet 6310 printer
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I use this HP Officejet 6310 all-in-one printer about once or twice a week, mostly for printing documents, 4 pages max. per week. I like how this is an all-in-one product, so I can fax, scan, and print my documents. With occasional use, this printer uses a lot of ink and I replace the black ink cartridge about once every one and a half to two months.
Summary: HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One Printer HP 6310 works well when it works! When problems arise, it will cost you money if out of warranty. At every turn, HP wants money for info and service the quality of which is questionable. Common problem seems to be flashing "reset power" and "camera" icon which are difficult if not impossible to overcome. I am at a point where I will have decide to pay for "service" the ultimate cost unknown or chuck it into the trash.
Summary: The printer's fax and scanner never worked. Software errors when trying to make these functions work. Unable to get the right software from HP website that would eliminate problems. Waste of time and money.
Summary: I bought my first HP printer for my home office longer ago than I can remember, whenver they first started marketing printers for the home office. I have owned more HP printers than I can remember. Every single one was an absolute gem. I never even considered buying another brand. And then I bought this one. What a disaster. The sheet feeder scans crooked.
Summary: That's it. This is my last HP. Whatever I buy next, it really only needs one criterium: not HP. This is my 3rd HP fax machine and each lasts only about 3 years. This one is only 2 years old. Actually I'm not even sure it's fully 2 years old. I've bought HP cartridges for it and it says one of the cartridges is wrong. Well, someone please fix the misprint on the cartridge package then! Not to mention, the cartridge has been in there, working, for months.
Summary: First off the main reason we bought this printer was to make our wedding invitations with it. We started with the 6200 series, but that printer wouldn't pull paper in straight for the life of it, so the resulting print was slanted on the page, and never at a predictable angel. We returned it and switched to this printer 3 1/2 years ago. It worked for what we needed, but never really wowed us. We were printing on vellum, which we know doesn't absorb the ink as well.
Summary: I purchased this printer two years ago. I haven't been all that pleased with it since unpacking it. Overall it only does just ok... I am now shopping for a new printer because it keeps telling me 'papper jam' and there is no paper jam. It prints only 'just ok' pictures, I use my printers a lot for crafts (cards and etc.) and this requires a little thicker paper and this printer won't feed this card paper. I've never had this problems with other printers before.