Summary: Failed 8 months out of the box and with under 500 pages printed (I know because I only ever bought one pack of paper!) I bought it before leaving the USA to live abroad along with a re-inking kit and it was a failed investment. I'd stay away from the whole 7000 series, if not HP altogether!
Summary: Printer does not work.. Tried contacting HP to fix the problem, they informed me the printer I purchased three months ago was out of warranty and I would have to pay a technician to come out and fix it for $169.00. I paid $199.00 for it...
Summary: I've been getting the run around from HP since I bought this thing. I've had problems with it since I bought it, 3 years ago. Always had to call tech support to install the hardware. Took over two hours every time. Three times I've had to call over the years.
Summary: I received the printer and it wouldn't move past the power on test, it thinks that there is a paper jam, tried everything I could (I'm not a novice), to no avail. But this happens, so, it's not completely fair with HP.
Summary: I started having probelms with this piece of junk from day one. Bad print jobs, paper jams, slow, loud and very expensive ink. I have called HP at least every other month on this thing and they have done nothing. It is now 1 month out of warranty and the print head failed yesterday.
Summary: I purchased this printer to use with 12 x 12 scrapbooking. I have yet to make a page because I can't seem to keep ink in the machine long enough to create a page. Plus the few photos I have printed have lines in them.
Summary: I have had many HP printers over the years that have worked very well. The 7000 wide format is not one of them. If you need a wide forat printer do not use this one. The paper handling is horrible. Often it can not recognize what paper is in te printer or misfeeds. Color printing is very poor.
Summary: Truthfully, in 1983 I had a dot matrix printer that functioned better than this turd. A monkey with a crayon would be a better printer. Let us explore the many reasons why: 1) The paper will not spool though the printer.
Summary: Out of the box the printer was fairly easy to get set up. At first I was printing on 8-1/2"X11" paper and I was very happy with the print quality except for the trailing edge; something was not right. I then started printing on 11"X17" and 13"X19" size paper; what a disaster.
Summary: Worked fine for the first week. Then I got a paper jam error with no paper jam. Haven't been able to get it to work since. When I go to return it I get put in an endless loop between the seller and amazon's site with no way to contact the seller.