Unplug the printer and check if paper is stuck in the device and if the toner is installed correctly. If everything seems fine, leave the printer unplugged for half a minute, then plug it back in and continue the print job. Another method is to uninstall and reinstall the printer on your computer.
Turn off the printer completely. With the device powered off, press and hold the Menu>, Go, and Select buttons at the same time. While still holding the buttons, turn the printer back on. When Restoring Factory Settings appears on the display, release the buttons.
Reset button models
It’s usually located on the top right side of your printer, near a digital display screen the printer may have and where earlier the button was on and off the computer is also located. Locate the button labeled Pause/Reset in the row of buttons on the control panel.
If the power cord is unplugged, the date/time settings will be reset and any documents stored in printer memory will be lost.
Restoring factory settings returns most settings to factory defaults. The page count, tray size, or language will not be reset. To reset the product to factory settings, follow these steps.
A factory reset will return your printer’s settings to how they were when you first unpacked it. This guide will help you reset your printer to factory settings.
Open Printer & Scanners, and then click Add a printer or scanner. Depending on your printer connection, do one of the following: Select a printer from the list, and then click Add Device. Click View Wi-Fi Direct Printers, select a printer, and then click Add Device.
Restart your computer. Wait a few minutes and then plug the printer power cord back in and connect it to your computer. Wait for Windows to recognize the printer and automatically install all drivers. Submit a print job and check the improvements.
Restart your computer, printer, and router. Manually connect the printer to your network. Temporarily disable the firewall software on the computer. Uninstall and reinstall HP drivers and software.
Both numbers and letters can be used (maximum 255 digits). You want users to register themselves, so enter 0000 as the default user PIN here.
The only way to gain access if the admin PIN is lost is to open the control panel on the left side of the printer. NOTE: This is a network reset that resets parameters and clears admin passwords. With the printer powered off, remove the metal cover over the circuit board. Look for a little yellow sweater.
INDICATIONS THAT YOUR PRINTER NEEDS A RESET
You will see a message that says “Waste Ink Pad is full” or something like that. The pink/pink colored button next to the Power button keeps flashing. The pink/pink button next to the power button is solid (error indicator).
If you’re having trouble reading your cartridge correctly or having connection problems with your printer, sometimes a hard reset can solve the problem. Turn off the printer, and then unplug the power cord from the printer and from the electrical outlet.
Common factors include driver issues, software issues, hardware failures, and overuse.
Cold reset of a printer resets the printer to factory defaults. This is useful if you think some of the printer settings are wrong, such as B. Paper Size & Type settings, advanced print quality settings, and even network and communication settings.