If you're planning on buying a new printer, I would advise you to stay away from the Kodak ESP 3250 All-In-One Printer.
After purchasing this item yesterday, thinking Kodak might be a better choice than HP, I packed it back up and returned it this morning.
I found the printer to be made with very thin, flimsy plastic. I was afraid the plastic was going to crack with the simplest handling. Which explained why they had SO MUCH tape on every part of the printer for packing/shipping purposes. The other issue I had with it was paper jams. Now, this printer claims to hold 100 sheets of paper for printing. I loaded about 25 or 30 sheets and ran a test print. My first print job resulted in a paper jam. I thought, ok it's just the first print, maybe things are loose or something wasn't lining up due to the shipping and stocking of the product. I unjammed the paper and put only about 15 sheets in it, yup, another paper jam. This time I had to open the printer from the back and remove it from around the printer wheel. Finally I then placed just ONE sheet of paper in it for the test print and it worked.
My biggest issue with this product is the unbelievable loud noises it makes when you turn it on and especially when it prints. It sounds like a semi truck driving through the house. Seriously!
I thought maybe it was because I had it sitting on top of my other printer, so I removed my other printer and placed the Kodak printer directly on my printer stand to check it out this morning. Guess what? ANOTHER paper jam and the noise was just as bad.
I packaged it up and returned it this morning. It's just a hunk of junk and I would advise everyone to save their money. They didn't have one of these on display at the store, and I'm thinking it's because if people heard how much noise it made, they wouldn't buy it.