Summary: I bought this from Dell at the end of June. On the 12th of August, it started eating paper. Since it is so small, I can't fit my hand inside to remove the paper. Dell sent me another, but I'm so sure it'll be a piece of scheiss, too, that I wanted to return it to them. They won't let me because it is not "inside the return window." So, I'm out $99 and I have one printer that doesn't work, and a second that probably won't last long, either.
Summary: Spent 4 hours trying to get the wireless to work. Manual has 20 pages for just wireless configuration. I've got 2 other wireless printers that work great and configure fine. Trying to return it now with limited success. Website sends you everywhere but where you want to go. I've had to log in 5 different times when moving between pages. Seems like the web developers are working back in 2001. I've given up on Dell.
Summary: I tried a test print during setup and I couldn't even get the test print to run because it kept eating all of my paper. If it didn't eat the paper, it would feed in all crooked, bent, balled up. I couldn't get a decent print out of it. Back it goes...quickly!
Summary: I bought this printer for the really competitive price. After I received it, I started to print some documents; Immediatly the printed pages were showing some evident wavelets at the end of the page. I tried to change the type of paper and toner, but the problem got worsen and now all the printed pages come out completely runied. I contacted the DELL service that until now (it's been more than 20 days) has not been able to provide me with any assistance.
Summary: Da ich mir eigentlich einen W-Lan Drucker dieser Art zulegen wollte, aufgrund eines Übermittlungs-Fehlers jedoch dieses Teil bekam, wurde -trotzdem- versucht, diesen Drucker mittels USB-Kabel zu installieren. Dies klappte, aus welchen Gründen auch immer, definitv nicht. Die Druckeraufträge wurden zwar angezeigt, anfangs sogar ein Test-Blatt ausgedruckt, das war's denn aber auch. Nach 'zig Versuchen wurde letztlich kapituliert, dass Teil verpackt und zurück.