HP Printers can present an annoying range of Hp Printers problems to customers. They run over ink too fast, their output quality may be faulty, they may print very slow, paper may regularly jam. Sometimes, they’ll just refuse to print at all, and just sit there while you fume. Fortunately, many of these situations are resolvable. Here are some common printer problems, and give instructions on solving them.
My printer isn’t printing
There are many causes why your printer won’t print, if there are no error messages pointing you to the problem, you should be sure that the printer is still connected, Ethernet cable or via USB if printer is wireless model that the Wi-Fi is enabled and that you’re connected to the network.
The printer driver and software needs to be installed on the computer you want to print from. It can be possible that the driver has become corrupted, it should be reinstalled, check the company’s download page for the latest version. If it still doesn’t work contact hp printer support.
Wi-Fi printing takes too long
Nothing is worse than making great time with a project only to hit the wall when it comes time to print. Placing your printer very close to your router should increase throughput and reduce printing time, but there are other ways to increase Wi-Fi performance while retaining the flexibility of printer placement that wireless printing promises. Be sure your router is suitable. You could add a wireless repeater or an extender to increase performance if need be.
Paper jams Problem
The most common problems with any make of printer are paper jams. A printer will jam for number of reasons: Unclean, the different paper type is being used, or the rollers on the printer that feed the paper through its pathway are damaged. While cleaning the printer periodically and using the correct paper type are easy fixes, roller replacement can be a tough job depending on the model of HP printer. For some HP printers, the rollers are easily accessible, but you’ll need to completely tear down other models to remove the rollers. Regardless of the cause, when removing a paper jam, always pull the paper in the direction of the paper path, because pulling it back can severely damage the printer.
We at Phone Support Services will be able to troubleshoot any of above-mentioned issues with regard to your HP printer models. Call us at any time for any assistance regarding technical issues.