It depends on what you mean by "reset".
If you mean "clear a fault", you should visit the User Guide at the following URL:
If you mean "clear the network configuration", you need to visit the printer's web page at its IP address in the format of http://your.printer.ip.address such as http://192.168.0.42/ and click Network Settings at the top, then Reset on the left and then the appropriate button on the right.
If you mean "all factory settings" (I cannot confirm this includes network settings!), go to your printer's web page as described above and click Machine Settings at the top, then Printer, then Clear. The restart button lets you reboot the printer without walking over and unplugging it (handy!).
I hope that helps. If not, please respond with more information so someone can answer the actual problem. :)
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
San Mateo, CA, USA
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