First of all I have to say that trying to contact HP is a harder job than seeing the Pope, it is appalling!*I have an ongoing problem with my HP envy inkjet printer ****, the problem being the ink will not dry.*I have spoken to a couple of agents who were very helpful but the problem still exists, I enclose text from the last agent including what I had to do and the last email I sent explaining what I did and the fact that it still does not work. When I sent the email to the reply address it was returned written in what looks like Spanish and German.**On ** Mar ****, at **:**, HP Service Support EMEA ******@***.com* wrote:**Dear William Barrie,***Thank you for contacting HP Technical Support.***As we discuss on the phone we are sending you this e mail **printing photos on *x* or *x* glossy photo paper : **please use always normal quality*if you will use best quality the printer will use more ink than is necessary and the photo paper will not dry up *remember, if you want to get the best quality is recommended to open, edit and print the photo from a dedicated software or tool **to get best quality on printing photos is recommended to use hp matte professional photo paper **If you want more info regarding the specifications and papers that this printer is using please click the link below **http:**h*****.www*.hp.com*v**GetDocument.aspx?docname**AA*-****EEP&doctype*data* ****Our helpline is open:*Monday to Friday**:** - **:***UK - **** *** *****Eire - ** *** *******I would once again like to thank you for your cooperation and patience throughout this process, and if there is anything else you would like me to cover for you, then you can reply to this e-mail.**Please ensure you click reply only and that the original e-mail is unaltered as this will ensure your query will be responded to efficiently. Alternatively, you can call us back on the above number.****Kind Regards,***John **MY REPLY*Re: HP Support ********** CRM:***************William Barrie ******@***.com************ **:****** ** **Dear John*I am still having problems with ink drying!*I printed some blocks of text on self adhesive matte paper, I left everything on default settings.*Printer set on normal.*Some text black some red.*All black had not dried in fact it was still wet the next day.*Most of red was dry, one thing I noticed was a lot of black was grey in colour but still wet.*I must say that I am very disappointed with HP, this Is the third printer I have tried.*When printing both cartridges had ample ink in them.*I am not sure what you mean by the statement below*Can you help please*Kind regards*Bill**remember, if you want to get the best quality is recommended to open, edit and print the photo from a dedicated software or tool**Sent from my iPhone**On ** Mar ****, at **:**, William Barrie ******@***.com* wrote:**Good Afternoon John*Thank you for your help and advice with my printer*Much appreciated*I will keep the mail for reference.*I do see however that you make no mention of the colour cartridges that were going to be sent to me*Could you update me on this please*Kind regards**Bill Barrie**I now grow very wary of HP products and the fact that it is so hard to contact anyone!*As regards to how I want the matter resolved that really is HP's department.*I want my printer functioning as it should do and as per manual, if not a supply of another printer that will do the job as it should and at no extra cost to myself.*Yours faithfully,**W Barrie
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