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Recertified: HP Photosmart 3210 Q5843A Up to 32 ppm 4800 x 1200 dpi Thermal Inkjet MFC / All-In-One Color Printer

Recertified: HP Photosmart 3210 Q5843A Up to 32 ppm 4800 x 1200 dpi Thermal Inkjet MFC / All-In-One Color Printer
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4 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the performance, but some have doubts about the value for money.


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On average, users rate this product 40/100.

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fixed paper feeder problem


i have found a quick fix for the photosmart 3210 not feeding paper correctly and giving an "out of paper" message to fix this problem you will need Some "Q" tips and some saliva yes thats right spit from your mouth. im not kidding what you have to do...

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Hubby bought this one


Next printer we buy will not be an HP photosmart one.

Great for fast draft text printing but I'm not happy with using it for other things

I've yet to get it to print good photos no matter what setting and types of papers we have used. While it has 6 seperate ink cartriges in this machine only the black, Dark Cyan blue and dark mageta get used. I find the 3 others rarely need to be...

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The image quality and scanning are superior. Hands down

The printer NEVER, EVER grabs paper. It takes numerous tries to get the printer to grab paper. Its enough to drive a person insane. HP charges you for a printer cleaner but it still doesn't work. I love the printer but its such a waste of money because...


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Uses non-black ink even when printing in black only


Even when you print "black ink only" the printer will not print until you replace the other empty ink cartridges...very frustrating to say the least.

This printer does everything well that HP claims it will do

Even when printing "black ink only", the printer appears to continue to use the other printer cartidges as well(magenta, cyan, etc). The cartidges aren't cheap....buyer beware