A printer that was online in April 2016 is offline for more than 48 hours because of a security flaw.
The issue was discovered by a customer that reported the problem to HP, and the company has not fixed it, but HP has said it will not pay for a replacement.
The problem is a bug in the printer firmware, which can be triggered by changing the settings on the printer.
The firmware can only be modified if it is running on the local network, and there is no way to prevent it from happening.
The customer that alerted HP to the problem did not immediately return a call seeking comment.
The company is aware of the issue and has fixed it.HP did not respond to a request for comment.
This story is part of our coverage of the first day of Google Cloud Print.
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