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HP LaserJet Enterprise M607 M608 M609, User Guide, Copyright and License Trademark Credits. Copyright 2017 HP Development Company Adobe Adobe Photoshop Acrobat and. L P PostScript are trademarks of Adobe Systems, Incorporated. Reproduction adaptation or translation without, prior written permission is prohibited except as Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of. allowed under the copyright laws Apple Inc registered in the U S and other. The information contained herein is subject to, change without notice OS X is a trademark of Apple Inc registered in. the U S and other countries, The only warranties for HP products and.
services are set forth in the express warranty AirPrint is a trademark of Apple Inc registered. statements accompanying such products and in the U S and other countries. services Nothing herein should be construed as, constituting an additional warranty HP shall not Google is a trademark of Google Inc. be liable for technical or editorial errors or, omissions contained herein Microsoft Windows Windows XP and. Windows Vista are U S registered trademarks, Edition 1 5 2017 of Microsoft Corporation. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open, Table of contents. 1 Printer overview 1, Printer views 2, Printer front view 2.
Printer back view 3, Interface ports 4, Control panel view keypad control panel M607n M607dn M608n M608dn M609dn models 5. Control panel view touchscreen control panel M608x M609x models 7. How to use the touchscreen control panel 9, Printer specifications 10. Technical specifications 10, Supported operating systems 11. Mobile printing solutions 13, Printer dimensions 14. Power consumption electrical specifications and acoustic emissions 16. Operating environment range 16, Printer hardware setup and software installation 17.
2 Paper trays 19, Introduction 20, Load paper to Tray 1 multipurpose tray 21. Tray 1 paper orientation 22, Use alternative letterhead mode 26. Enable Alternative Letterhead Mode by using the printer control panel menus 26. Load paper to Tray 2 27, Introduction 27, Tray 2 and the 550 sheet trays paper orientation 29. Use alternative letterhead mode 32, Enable Alternative Letterhead Mode by using the printer control panel menus 32. Load the 2 100 sheet high capacity input tray 33, Load and print envelopes 35.
Introduction 35, Print envelopes 35, Envelope orientation 36. Load and print labels 37, Introduction 37, Manually feed labels 37. Label orientation 37, Configure the stapling mailbox accessory 38. Configure the default staple location 38, Configure the operation mode 39. 3 Supplies accessories and parts 41, Order supplies accessories and parts 42.
Ordering 42, Supplies and accessories 42, Maintenance long life consumables 43. Configure the HP toner cartridge protection supply settings 44. Introduction 44, Enable or disable the Cartridge Policy feature 44. Use the printer control panel to enable the Cartridge Policy feature 44. Use the printer control panel to disable the Cartridge Policy feature 44. Use the HP Embedded Web Server EWS to enable the Cartridge Policy feature 45. Use the HP Embedded Web Server EWS to disable the Cartridge Policy feature 46. Troubleshoot Cartridge Policy control panel error messages 47. Enable or disable the Cartridge Protection feature 47. Use the printer control panel to enable the Cartridge Protection feature 47. Use the printer control panel to disable the Cartridge Protection feature 47. Use the HP Embedded Web Server EWS to enable the Cartridge Protection feature 48. Use the HP Embedded Web Server EWS to disable the Cartridge Protection feature 49. Troubleshoot Cartridge Protection control panel error messages 50. Replace the toner cartridge 51, Replace the staple cartridge 55. 4 Print 57, Print tasks Windows 58, How to print Windows 58. Automatically print on both sides Windows 60, Manually print on both sides Windows 60.
Print multiple pages per sheet Windows 61, Select the paper type Windows 61. Additional print tasks 62, Print tasks OS X 63, How to print OS X 63. Automatically print on both sides OS X 63, Manually print on both sides OS X 63. Print multiple pages per sheet OS X 64, Select the paper type OS X 64. Additional print tasks 64, Store print jobs on the printer to print later or print privately 66.
Introduction 66, Create a stored job Windows 66, Create a stored job OS X 68. Print a stored job 68, Delete a stored job 69, Information sent to printer for Job Accounting purposes 69. Mobile printing 70, Introduction 70, Wireless Direct Print and NFC Printing 70. HP ePrint via email 71, HP ePrint software 72, AirPrint 72. Android embedded printing 73, Print from the USB port 74.
Introduction 74, Enable the USB port for printing 74. Print USB documents 75, 5 Manage the printer 77, Advanced configuration with HP Embedded Web Server EWS 78. Introduction 78, How to access the HP Embedded Web Server EWS 78. HP Embedded Web Server features 79, Information tab 80. General tab 80, Print tab 81, Troubleshooting tab 82.
Security tab 83, HP Web Services tab 83, Networking tab 83. Other Links list 85, Configure IP network settings 86. Printer sharing disclaimer 86, View or change network settings 86. Rename the printer on a network 87, Manually configure IPv4 TCP IP parameters from the control panel 88. Manually configure IPv6 TCP IP parameters from the control panel 88. Link speed and duplex settings 88, Printer security features 90.
Introduction 90, Security statements 90, IP Security 90. Assign an administrator password 90, Encryption support HP High Performance Secure Hard Disks 91. Lock the formatter 92, Energy conservation settings 93. Introduction 93, Print with EconoMode 93, Set the sleep timer and configure the printer to use 1 watt or less of power 93. HP Web Jetadmin 95, Software and firmware updates 96.
6 Solve problems 97, Customer support 98, Control panel help system 99. Restore factory settings 100, Introduction 100, Method one Restore factory settings from the printer control panel 100. Method two Restore factory settings from the HP Embedded Web Server network connected. printers only 100, A Cartridge is low or Cartridge is very low message displays on the printer control panel 102. Change the Very Low settings 102, Order supplies 102. Printer does not pick up paper or misfeeds 103, Introduction 103.
The printer does not pick up paper 103, The printer picks up multiple sheets of paper 105. Clear paper jams 109, Introduction 109, Paper jam locations 109. Auto navigation for clearing paper jams 110, Experiencing frequent or recurring paper jams 110. Clear paper jams in Tray 1 111, Clear paper jams in Trays 2 3 4 or 5 114. Clear paper jams in the 2 100 sheet high capacity input tray 117. Clear paper jams in the rear door and fuser area 120. Clear paper jams in the output bin 123, Clear paper jams in the duplexer 123.
Clear paper jams in the envelope feeder 124, Clear paper jams in the HP Stapling Mailbox accessory 126. Clear staple jams 127, Improve print quality 130, Introduction 130. Print from a different software program 130, Check the paper type setting for the print job 130. Check the paper type setting Windows 130, Check the paper type setting OS X 131. Check toner cartridge status 131, Print a cleaning page 131.
Visually inspect the toner cartridge 132, Check paper and the printing environment 132. Step one Use paper that meets HP specifications 132. Step two Check the environment 132, Step three Set the individual tray alignment 133. Try a different print driver 133, Check the EconoMode settings 134. Adjust print density 134, Image defects table 136, Solve wired network problems 143. Introduction 143, Poor physical connection 143, The computer is using the incorrect IP address for the printer 143.
The computer is unable to communicate with the printer 144. The printer is using incorrect link and duplex settings for the network 144. New software programs might be causing compatibility problems 144. The computer or workstation might be set up incorrectly 144. The printer is disabled or other network settings are incorrect 144. Solve wireless network problems 145, Introduction 145. Wireless connectivity checklist 145, The printer does not print after the wireless configuration completes 146. The printer does not print and the computer has a third party firewall installed 146. The wireless connection does not work after moving the wireless router or printer 146. Cannot connect more computers to the wireless printer 146. The wireless printer loses communication when connected to a VPN 147. The network does not appear in the wireless networks list 147. The wireless network is not functioning 147, Reduce interference on a wireless network 147. 1 Printer overview, Printer views, Printer specifications. Printer hardware setup and software installation, For more information.
The following information is correct at the time of publication For current information see www hp com. support ljM607 www hp com support ljM608 or www hp com support ljM609. HP s all inclusive help for the printer includes the following information. Install and configure, Learn and use, Solve problems. Download software and firmware updates, Join support forums. Find warranty and regulatory information, Printer views. Printer front view, Printer back view, Interface ports. Control panel view keypad control panel M607n M607dn M608n M608dn M609dn models. Control panel view touchscreen control panel M608x M609x models. Printer front view, 1 M607n M607dn M608n M608dn M609dn Keypad control panel.
M608x M609x Color touchscreen display control panel tilts up for easier viewing. 2 Output bin, 3 Latch to release the cartridge door access to the toner cartridge. 4 On off button, 5 Cartridge door and Tray 1, 7 Easy access USB printing port. 8 Hardware integration pocket for connecting accessories and third party devices. 9 1x550 sheet paper feeder Tray 3 included with the M608z and M609z models optional for the other models. 2 Chapter 1 Printer overview ENWW, Printer back view. NOTE The printer is shown without a finishing accessory attached. 1 Slot for a cable type security lock, 2 Formatter plate contains the interface ports. 3 Rear door for jam access, 4 Serial number and product number label.
5 Power connection, ENWW Printer views 3, Interface ports. 1 Host USB port for connecting external USB devices this port might be covered. 2 Local area network LAN Ethernet RJ 45 network port. 3 Hi Speed USB 2 0 printing port, NOTE For easy access USB printing use the USB port near the control panel. 4 Chapter 1 Printer overview ENWW, Control panel view keypad control panel M607n M607dn M608n M608dn M609dn. Use the control panel to obtain printer and job status information and to configure the printer. 17 16 15 14 13, 1 Reset button Select the Reset button to clear changes release the printer from a paused state reset the copy count. field display hidden errors and restore the default settings including the language and keyboard. 2 Sign In or Sign Out icon Select the Sign In button to access secured features. Select the Sign Out button to sign out of the printer The printer restores all options to the default. NOTE This icon displays only if the administrator has configured the printer to require permission for. access to features, 3 Applications area Select any of the icons to open the application.
NOTE The available applications vary by printer The administrator can configure which applications. appear and the order in which they appear, 4 Home button Returns to the Home screen. User Guide LaserJet Enterprise M607 M608 M609 www hp com support ljM607 www hp com support ljM608 www hp com support ljM609 M607n M607dn M608n M608dn

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