Let me know how this works out. One answer was to take the whole thing apart and clean the scanner lenses. The leases on these things include service and toner if I remember correctly. Darn…. have a peek here
That's approximately 9 to 26% of your recommended number of monthly pages! Thanks for taking the time to post these very clear directions. This is also the first time that I am trying to learn how to change the laser printer cartridges for my new printer by myself. Silly me 😛 Thanks again for the solution, you've saved me! http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01365143
Reply John on June 2, 2015 at 4:12 pm Question answered: You have to do this every time you turn on the printer, otherwise it goes into continuous calibration. Bonny Reply Mike on September 20, 2011 at 8:28 pm Hi Bonny. Maybe there's something wrong with one or more of them-they were remanufactured ‘hp compatible' cartridges. Reply Louis on December 10, 2012 at 4:43 pm Hi, thanx for this tip!
Press OK. This is not for the faint of heart, but it isn't too terrible. Canon MG2470 printer cartridges run out. Here's what I did and some pictures I took so you can easily (hopefully) perform the same operation: Cycle power switch off then on.
Solution two: Align the cartridges Follow these steps to align the cartridges from the product control panel. Reply Bonnie Burn on July 10, 2011 at 3:30 am Well… grrr.. New cartridges?
Your tip really stopped the printer from doing a constant Calibration. Thanks from Sweden/South Scandnavia! It's stuck on full calibration again. I've looked into getting a multipurpose high volume printer and copier for my office but I just don't have enough volume to justify the lease.
HP Customer Support Support Home Products Software and Drivers Forums Contact Support Search Select your Model Let HP find my products Identify now HP can identify most HP products and recommend possible solutions. Discover More It may be telling me it's just too tired…. ?? Or just drag it here! Reply Andre Grenier on November 22, 2013 at 11:37 pm Thank you so much Mike.
And in fact, that strip is very long. navigate here Question about HP PhotoSmart Printers & Copiers 1 Answer Printer not aligned ...Calibration error mesage saying to insert plain white paper for calibration. Source(s): http://www.carrieroehler.com/ Jason Smith · 4 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse Add your answer Printer Calibration Error? Anybody please advise?
If you still have problems, you might actually have a bad toner cartridge. You should be good to go at this point and then you can turn the printer on and off as needed. or when I press the Menu button. Check This Out Press the "Menu" button once.
If no luck, there is a "Restore Factory Settings" option: Menu; Configure Device; Resets; Restore Factory Resets. Reply davus on January 31, 2012 at 5:58 pm worked like a charm! Ex paper stuck in printer.?
Consequently you may need to perform a calibration. If you get the calibrating issue again, then hopefully you can get a refund. It said I had a "LAN Errof - Loss of Carrier." Well after 45 min of googling and feeling quite overwhelmed & intimidated… I told myself to look one more time on google to see if anyone would talk "plain language" and actually be helpful instead of impressed with their own techy malarchy. Thanks Mike, Bonnie Reply Mike on July 13, 2011 at 5:50 pm Hey Bonnie, it sounds like you are using your printer quite a bit and there's no amount of setting resets we could do in order to fix noises or just a worn out printer.
Tried to scan & it is not allowing. But I thought it was because the toner was generic. Press the "Down" Arrow button 2 times until you see "Configure Device." Press the "Check Mark" Button once. Now what do I do???
Anja Reply Mike on September 20, 2011 at 8:38 pm Hi Anja, I'm glad your perseverance paid off and it eventually worked out. Thanks 0 Write Comment First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. you rule! I feel that the sensors need cleaning, since only half of the page prints cyan.
Do you know how, or where I can find instructions on how to do that? Dankeschön from Germany! By the way, I'm NOT some sort of Printer/IT guy and I don't work for HP. If you have questions I can try to help but there's probably not much I can do other than recommend the steps above. it worked..
Thank you so much , it really helped us a lot!! Let me know if this is of any help. - Mike Reply Paul on February 17, 2011 at 3:44 am Thanks for the tips Mike - I was just going to write back to say that I got mine fixed.