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Common Problems in Printer
Printer Won't Print
If there are no error messages pointing you to the problem, check to be sure that the printer is still connected, via USB or Ethernet cable or if a wireless model that the Wi-Fi is enabled.
Printer's Too Slow
Some printers are cheetahs and some are sloths, but you may be able to get even a slow printer to speed up a bit. Unless you need high-quality output for a formal report or the like, print in draft mode.
You needn't rush to replace cartridges if you get a low-ink warning. Nearly all recent printers have some sort of ink tank level indicator, and will issue warnings when your ink is low.
Printed Text Looks Lousy
Whether inkjet or laser, make sure your print settings are correct. If you're in draft mode, switch to higher quality mode . Be sure that the paper type listed on screen matches what you're printing on.
Wi-Fi Printing Too Long
Be sure your router is adequate it should support 802.11n and offer the 5GHz band as well as 2.4 GHz and that its firmware is up to date. You could add a wireless extender or a repeater to increase performance if need be.
A Lot of Paper Jams
Be sure to square off the stack of paper before inserting it in the tray, be sure that the guides are flush with the paper, and avoid over-filling the tray.
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