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HP Officejet 5610 Printer Specification

The HP OfficeJet 5610 is an Ink-jet color that can copy, print, scan and fax. It has a maximum monthly duty cycle of 1500 impressions. It is a multi-function printer. It operates with 2 cartridges. It is inexpensive and compact, and it deliver good quality prints.

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Specification and Features

  • It has a maximum copying speed of 20 ppm. It has a maximum copying resolution of up to 1200 X 2400 dpi (mono) and up to 1200 X 2400 dpi (color).
  • It has a maximum black and white copying speed 20 ppm and maximum copying speed color of 13 ppm.
  • It has a maximum copying resolution 1200 X 2400 dpi and a maximum color copying resolution 1200 X 2400 dpi.
  • It has a maximum resolution of 1200 dpi X 4800 dpi for color. It delivers a maximum Printing speed (b/w) of up to 20 ppm and maximum printing speed of upto 13 ppm.

123.hp.com setup 5610 – Tips for unbox setup

Remove any cardboard or tape from the package. Ensure that all tape and packing materials are removed. Check the interior and the exterior of the printer for any shipping restraint for keeping in place any movable parts. Remove any tapes and packing material present.

Wireless Setup

This printer does not support wireless connectivity. Wireless connectivity enables you to send print jobs to the printer from a device connected to the same network within the range of the router. It ensures that your work space is clutter free without too many wires running back and forth.

windows

  • Collect the Network name and security passphrase. Ensure that your computer is connected to the wireless network. You will need a stable internet connection to complete the installation.
  • Ensure that the printer, router and computer are all powered up, and that the computer is connected to the same wireless network you wish to connect the printer to.
  • Ensure that the printer and computer are in the ambit of the router. Detach any USB that is fixed to the printer.
  • From the printer’s control panel, tap the Wireless icon. Tap Wireless Settings, then tap Wireless Setup Wizard.
  • The printer looks for available wireless networks. Tap the name of your wireless network, then follow the prompts on the control panel to connect the printer to your wireless networks. Download and install the printer software.

Mac

  • Obtain the Network name and security passphrase. Ensure that your computer is connected to the wireless network. You will need a stable internet connection to complete the installation.
  • Ensure that the printer, router and computer are all powered up, and that the computer is connected to the same wireless network you wish to connect the printer to.
  • Ensure that the printer and computer are in the ambit of the router. Detach any USB that is fixed to the printer.
  • From the printer’s control panel, tap the Wireless icon. Tap Wireless Settings, then tap Wireless Setup Wizard.
  • The printer for available wireless networks. Tap the name of your wireless network, then follow the prompts on the control panel to connect the printer to your wireless networks. Download and install the printer software and driver.

Driver installation

Driver acts as a translator between the hardware and the operating system. Printer drivers are usually written by the manufacturer to ensure that the device functions well.

Windows

  • The printer driver and software lets you use all the features of the OfficeJet 5610. You can download the full feature printer driver from us. Your file will download in .exe format.
  • You will be required to Open, Run, or Save the file. Choosing Run or Open will launch the installer instantly after it downloads. You can see the approximate time for the download to finish in the downloads bar of your browser.
  • If you choose Save, the file will not be launched immediately. You can launch it at your convenience. Choose Save. Once your download completes you will be able to access the file from the Downloads folder of the computer or from the Downloads
    Run the file and install the driver. You might be requested to connect the printer to the computer during the installation.

Mac

  • The printer driver and software lets you efficiently use all the functions of the OfficeJet 5610. You can download the full feature printer driver from us. The file will download in .dmg format.
  • You will be asked to Open, Run, or Save the file. You can see the estimated time for the download to conclude in the downloads bar of your computer. If you click Save, the installer will not be started instantly. You can launch it at your convenience.
  • Choose Save. When your download ends, you can open the file from the Downloads bar of the computer or from the Downloads bar of the browser. Run the file and install the driver.
  • If required, add the printer to the printer queue, choose Officejet 5610, choose the Use or Print Using menu, choose OfficeJet 5610 i the pop-up menu and then choose Add. Go back to the HP installer to finish the installation.

If you have any further queries, contact our technical support team through the toll-free number.

Printing Photos with Windows Photo Viewer

Windows Photo Viewer lets you the view photos and print them. To ensure good quality prints, use HP photo paper, high resolution photo files, edit photos prior to printing, examine your computer display for inaccurate rendering of the photo, and select Best or Maximum DPI quality in print settings.

  • Place photo paper in the main tray. Prior to printing, edit the photo to enhance colors, brightness, contrast and any other visual settings.
  • Right-click the photo you want to print, choose Open with, then Choose Windows Photo Viewer.
  • Choose Print or Select File, and then choose Print. The Print or Print Pictures window appears with the general print job configuration.
  • Open the Printer Document Properties windows to edit more layout, quality, color and advanced print configuration.
  • In the Print Pictures Windows in the Windows Photo Viewer, choose Options, in the lower right corner of the windows, then choose Print Properties.
  • In the Print settings window. You can change the orientation, paper source, paper type, size, and add or remove a border.
  • To alter the quality settings you can choose Draft (lowest DPI), Normal (default quality settings), Best (Better DPI than Normal), and Max DPI (highest DPI setting).
  • Choose OK, then choose Print. After printing, take out any photo paper form the tray and safeguard it in the package it came in or in a plastic bag. If kept in the tray for a long time, the paper might begin to curl.

Scan to a computer

The HP OfficeJet 5610 scanner has a feeder capacity of 125 sheets. It offers a maximum optical resolution 1200 X 1200 dpi. In order to scan to the computer, you will need to install the full feature printer software and driver from us. Ensure that HP Scan is installed installation.

  • Place the document or photo on the scanner glass or in the automatic document feeder (ADF), based on your printer model and features. Do not place photos in the ADF to avert damage to the photos and the printer.
  • Search Windows for HP, select HP OfficeJet 5610 from the results to access HP Printer Assistant, and then Choose Scan a Document or Photo to open HP Scan.
  • Choose the shortcut that stores the scan in the file type you want and the resulting action you want, alter any of the settings offered in the right pane if required, and then choose Scan.
  • Search Mac for Scan, then choose HP Easy Scan from the results to access the app. Choose OfficeJet 5610, and then choose Scanner from drop down menu. Choose a scan job type from the Presets menu, and then choose Scan.
  • Choose Send in the bottom right of the window and then Choose Folder. In the window that appears, approve the file name and the location you want to store the file at, and then choose Save.

Scan to a memory device

Scanners let you store a digitized version of a physical document or photo in a format of your choice. It is useful for storing and sharing documents or photos which were not digitally produced or for which digital copies are not found.

Place the Document

  • Switch on the printer by pressing the Power button. Place the photo or document in the scanner glass or from the Automatic Document feeder.
  • Place it print side facing downward and use the inscriptions around the scanner glass to position it. Shut the scanner lid.
  • If you are using the ADF for scanning, load the item into the document feeder tray.

Scan the Document

  • The print side should be facing upward and the top edge should go into the tray first. Alter the width guides to fit the document.
  • Fix the memory device into the printer. On the printer’s control panel, tap the scan icon. Tap Memory device, Choose Memory Device.
  • Choose your File Type and resolution. Tap Start Scan to scan the item. The scan will be stored in your memory device, from where you can share or retrieve it later.

Fax Setup

Fax is the telephonic transmission of a scanned document or photo to a telephone number connected to the printer. The original document is reprinted in the receiving end.

Preliminary Instructions

  • You can utilize the Fax Setup Wizard (Windows) or Fax Setup Utility (Mac) to assist you to set up some pertinent fax settings such as the Answer mode and fax header information.
  • You can access the Setup software appropriate for your OS through the HP Image Zone software. After you open the Fax Setup Software for you OS, follow the process listed below to Finish your fax set up.
  • Prior to setting up your printer, find out which type of phone system your county /region uses. If you are using a serial-type phone system, you will have to connect to the telephone wall-jack. If you are using a parallel-type phone system you can connect to the 2-EXT port on the All-in-one.

Setting a Separate fax line

  • To setup a separate fax line, use the phone cord delivered in the box with your HP printer. Attach one end to your telephone wall jack, and then plug the other end to the port labeled ‘1-Line’ in the rear of your HP Printer.
  • Turn on the Auto Answer setting. Alter the Rings to Answer setting to the lowest setting. Run a fax text. When the phone rings, your HP Printer will answer automatically after the number of rings you fixed in the Rings to Answer configuration. Then it will begin sounding fax reception tone to the sending fax machine and receive the fax.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting refers to the standard process employed to rectify an issue. It is a multi-level process that ensures that all possible options to resolve the issue are undertaken in a structured manner.

Replacing Ink Cartridge

  • Switch on your HP OfficeJet 5610. Draw out the print-carriage access door by drawing it forward. The print carriage shifts to the far right side of the HP 5610.
  • After the print carriage is motionless and quiet, slightly push down on a print cartridge to free it. Force the print cartridge toward to take it out of its slot. Unpack the new print cartridge.
  • Hold it only by the black plastic region, and tenderly peel the plastic tape by using the pink pull tab. Do not touch the contacts.
  • Place the cartridge into the appropriate slot depending on its color. Shut the cartridge door. The printer will require you to align the cartridge. Place an blank A4 paper in the input tray.
  • The printer prints a cartridge alignment page. Place the alignment page in the scanner. Press OK to begin the alignment. The printer aligns the cartridges.

Print Jobs stuck in print queue

  • Print jobs might get stuck in the print queue if there is an interruption between the computer and the printer. You may have to reset the USB connection.
  • Detach the USB cable from the printer and the computer.
  • After 10 seconds, plug the USB cable to the printer and to another USB port on the computer.
  • Longer USB cables can affect performance. Make sure that the cable is not longer than 1.8 meters in length.
  • Ensure that you do not accidentally fix the USB connector. The Ethernet port is identical to the USB port, and the USB connector can go into the Ethernet port.

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