HP Photosmart C4580

Great print quality.

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    $ 179.00 (AUD)

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Adaptbility - Intuitive issue resolution
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For some reason, my C4580 has its scan size locked in photo size. So despite placing a letter size document to scan to PC. I get a photo sized section of the document. Despite having 3 size options in the scanner menu, the problem appears not to be able to be fixed! Ugggh! - How frustrating. IF anyone has the solution I would be most grateful!

Kenneth Shessman



Doesn't work!
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I should have known better when I bought it and tried to hook it up. Had to call in just to find out FROM HP that "the disk that comes with the printer rarely works" and that I am better off sacrificing some of the amenites by just hooking it up and letting it auto run. So, I've now been dealing with half a machine that jams, gets itself all confused, and irritates the heck out of me. On my way in the morning to buy ANYTHING but an HP for a replacement. HP is a "high end" product, so in my opinion they should NOT try to put out cheaper products just to stay "in the market". This machine is pure junk, and has drawn me away from HP completely!

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