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Old November 10th 17, 01:24 AM posted to comp.periphs.printers
Keith Nuttle
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Default hp-5740 printer

I have had the above printer for a couple of years. At the time I set
it up, I think I turned off the remote start. ie, when some thing is
printed to the unit it would automatically turn on and then turn off
after a period

Things have changed and I would like to reactivate that feature, but can
not remember where it was that I turned it off.

Can some one help me find this feature on this printer?

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