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Check the cartridges first.

I just had a similar issue with my HP 5280 about a month ago. One color cartridge ran out of ink and refused to print from my Mac from that point on. When I finally replaced the cartridge, it still would not print. Kept giving me a no connection error message, yet telling me that there was a cartridge problem. I ended up having to do a complete removal of the printer from my machine and re-install it from scratch. Once done, it fired right up.

If you end up going this route, grab the latest driver/software from HP's site.

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