HP Printer Unable To Print And Not Working Properly
HP printer products are excellent when they work, but when they do not, it can be extremely frustrating. Below, we explain how to solve some of the most common problems, including no printing at all of blocked nozzles and other problems.
HP Printer not Working
First, restart the power of your HP printer by turning it on, then disconnect it from the power cord and restart the printer again.
Then, confirm that the HP printer's network and connection will make the wireless icon on the control panel turn on, and then open the wireless network menu to confirm that the printer is connected to the same network
The security software can prevent the HP printer from accessing the computer, so you can reconfigure the settings.
Then uninstall the HP printer driver from your system and download the latest driver from our website.
HP Printer Unable to Print
Here are some simple methods to solve that the Hp printer not working and responding problem:
Open the right side of the printer
On the motherboard, simply replace the 2 white wires.
Try Disconnecting the USB cable if it is plugged into your computer.
Try to remove the cartridges from HP printer.
With the power still on, unplug the power cord from the back of the printer, as well as the wall, and then wait for about 60 seconds.
Plug it back into the wall, then into the printer, allowing it to start.
If a message similar to "It appears that the following ink cartridges are missing or damaged," you can reinstall them at that time when prompted.
If the same error message appears, if you have a numeric keypad in the printer, follow the same steps but before plugging it back in, press and hold the "#" button with the number "3" and plug in the power cord again in the printer while holding the buttons.
Once the printer begins to show that it is coming back on, you can release the buttons and allow it to turn on again.
If you still continue to receive the message, do the same, except press and hold the "#" button and the number "6" on your keyboard and allow it to reappear.
If you still receive the message after you have completed all of the above steps, contact HP help to replace your product, if your hp product is still under warranty.
Check the cartridges of your HP printer
Reinstall the print head
Method 5: Reset the printer
Click on the Power button to turn on the product.
Next, try disconnecting the power cord from the back of your printer.
Unplug the Hp printer power cord from the power outlet.
Now, you have to wait at least 15 seconds.
In next option, need to plug the power cord.
Reconnect your Hp printer power cord from back side of printer.
If your printer does not turn on by itself, kindly press the “Power Button” to turn it on.
The print head is defective; you will have to replace it!