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    HP CP2025 Network Card not working

    We have a HP CP2025 Colour Laserjet which has suddenly dropped off the network. It seems the Fomatter (Main Board) has failed or so I think. Mainboard costs between £50 and £100 depending on where you look but before I go and buy one I just wanted to know if anyone had any experience with these printers and could point me in another direction as to what the problem might be?

    The printer still prints via USB just does not work on Network.

    Done cold reset, reset NVRAM plus all usual diagnostics when there is no network connection.

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    If it's the formatter yo could try removing the board and baking it. Have a search (on here and google) for instructions on how and what to do. We've often done this with HP formatters when they stop working.

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