This document explains the functions of the HP PSC 1100 series front panel buttons.
Use the front panel buttons to perform many functions:
- Initiating scans
- Changing a variety of settings
Using the front panel
Refer to the image below to identify the location of the buttons on the front panel.
|Number||Description and function|
Turns the all-in-one on and off
Indicates the need to load paper or clear paper jams.
|3||Check Print Cartridge
Indicates the need to check, reinsert, replace the print cartridge, or close the ink cartridge access door.
Stops a print or copy task or cancels settings changes.
Used to resume a copying or printing after a jam or other error.
Toggles the copy size (scale) to 100 percent or Fit to Page. The status lights to the right of this button indicate which setting is active.
Changes the paper type setting to plain or photo. The status lights to the right of this button indicate which setting is active.
The Plain paper setting produces copies in Normal quality.
The Photo paper setting produces copies in Best quality.
Starts a black-and-white copy.
Starts a color copy.
Starts a scan from the all-in-one front panel and opens the scanning software on the computer.
If the Scan button is pressed and held down while pressing the Black or Color Start Copy buttons, a copy will be created in Fast mode.
Front panel lights
The front panel lights can indicate various status conditions of the all-in-one. The lights and the conditions represented by them are covered in detail in the HP PSC 1100 Series Reference Guide in chapter two and in HP document The Meaning of Lights Flashing on the HP PSC 1100 or 1200 Series Front Panel (c00007641).