Connection to the wireless network printer

My power went market last night and now my Deskjet 3050 a is no longer connected to my wireless network.  How to reconnect?  I don't have a usb cable to connect the computer to the printer.  It's the first time that this has happened - I've had this printer for over 2 years now.

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OK, I pulled down the manual and you do not have an installation wizard, sorry. You will need to use a USB cable from the printer and follow the instructions on page 32 of the User Guide to get back attached to your router.

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