However, like all other printers, HP printers also have their share of problems. One of these problems is that the printer does not print. Prints half a page, loses some lines, does not print in color, or does not print at all. This problem is very widespread and it becomes a nuisance for HP users to this day. We have prepared a list of solutions for you to try. Start with the first one and work your way down.
Solution 1: Perform basic checks
Before proceeding with the appropriate technical solutions, it is recommended that you implement these basic checks in your configuration.
Check the connection status between your printer and your computer. If you are using a network connection, make sure all the details (IP address and ports) are aligned with your printer settings.
Power cycle the entire setup (your computer and the printer) before continuing. There may be some misconfiguration that could lead to unknown issues. Power off all modules, unplug the power cord from the devices and let them sit for about 10 minutes before plugging everything back in.
Solution 2: Check the cartridge
Another major problem experienced by HP users is the cartridges. All printers work with cartridges and provide the "ink" for printing. The problems you could face with cartridges are quite broad, so we'll just cover the basics to give you a rough idea.
Sometimes cartridges can be defective even if they are purchased new from the store. Try to replace the cartridges. If you are using counterfeit cartridges you should try to use the original ones and if you are using original cartridges you should try the counterfeit ones. This decision depends from system to system.
Additionally, HP has introduced regionalization to prevent counterfeit cartridges from reaching their printers. So in this case, even if you're using an original cartridge, you need to make sure it's made for your region.
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