What really sucks is you buy a printer like this for the ...
4 April 2016
Summary: Printed 100 pages, the it broke. 2 hours on the phone with rude HP folks in E. BumF*, spend $140 on new print head, install and still broken. 2 hours on phone with rude guy and he says it's "could be" the reverse motor, have to bring it to HP repair shop. Spend another $500 on this junk?
Summary: I bought this printer because it said it could print 24" x 74" But if it has less than 20% in any ink cartridge, it will print 5' 3" and when it runs out of ink, cancel the print job and cut off the paper, wasting FIVE FEET of PAPER AND INK
Excerpt: I bought this printer because its specs said it could print photos 24" x 74"
I've tried to print a 2' x 6' posters and even with the ink cartridges having 20% or more ink, it will run out after 5'3" and just cancel the print and cut the paper off
If it doesn't have enough ink, why does it start the...
Excerpt: This is the worst printers I have had. Apart from the wireless functionality, it does not have the same functions and ease of use as of the much older HP Designjet 110plus nr which was more than 10 years older. For instance you cannot change settings on the printer from the computer.
Excerpt: Older HP machines have a metal basket, angled so that the paper drops in basket, hits bottom of basket and paper lays to the front, paper stacks pretty good
This HP machine has a cloth basket, paper rolls up in the basket, falls out on the floor or 1/2 lays across the catch end of the basket, there...
Run Away, On a scale of 1 - 10 in the 24" Ink Jet Market this has to be a Solid 1
Donald Keylon, Amazon
21 July 2013
Summary: I started a new job and they had just bought this printer. We don't have a heavy load for it. We use it 3-4 times a day. Apparently somewhere it says that it will print Tabloid (11x17) AND Arch D (24x36) But as is becoming all too typical with HP equipment; not only can it NOT do either very well,...