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HP All-in-one doesn't scan

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New guy here just switched from PC. We've hooked up our HP 7210 via the time capsule and it works well as a fax machine, and printer. Scanning function though, appears to have been lost. Any useful ideas from the "experienced ones?" Thanks.
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