How to Identify and Fix Common Problems ?
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If one or more toner cartridges are installed incorrectly, this may result in a 54.2 carousel rotation error. This error is typically accompanied by a loud grinding noise. NOTE: The carousel is the rotating part under the top cover to which all four print cartridges attach.
You may see a “printer offline” error if your computer can`t communicate with your printer. This can be caused by loose cable connections or an outdated printer driver or operating system. The HP Smart app (below) can automatically diagnose and resolve printer offline issues in Windows operating systems.
What is printer calibration? Calibrating a printer ensures that the inkjet cartridge nozzles and printer paper are properly aligned to each other. This process ensures that colours stay rich, clear and the finished result is of the highest quality.
If you want to keep your printer in good shape and avoid wasting ink and paper, you need to print a calibration test page regularly. A calibration test page is a document that helps you adjust the alignment, color, and quality of your printer output.
This 51.10 error code points to a failure with the laser scanner assembly, and to fix this error usually you end up replacing the laser scanner assembly. You can try turning the printer off and back on, which may temporarily reset the error and let you print a few more pages.
This code indicates the disconnected status of your HP printer. Here are solutions you can try to fix this. 1. Reconnect the printer and then reinstall the printer driver.
Blue light blinking means, the printer is disconnected from wireless.
The problem usually has to do with your printer`s Wi-Fi or its connection to your computer. All sorts of issues can arise—your PC and printer aren`t communicating or an incorrect setting may have forced your device to appear offline.
1: Check Printer Power, Cables, and Paper
Check that the correct paper is properly loaded into the printer and is not jammed. Replacing damaged cables, plugging in loose or disconnected cables, and fixing paper jams as necessary may resolve the issue.
Restart your printer by turning it off, waiting 10 seconds, and disconnecting the power cord from your printer. Then, turn off your computer. Connect the printer power cord to the printer and turn the printer back on.
If your printer connects to a Wi-Fi network, disconnect your computer or mobile device from the network name (SSID), and then reconnect it to the same network name your printer is connected to. If the printer is available and has a ready status, the issue is resolved.