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If the 6310 has been in service for awhile, the printhead runner dries out. Try liberally spraying the printhead runners with WD-40. With the power off, slide the carriage to the left and spray the runners in the parking area.
Please check the Page selecton check the page setup click on file -click on pagesetup Press Ctrl+P Check the layout settings Check print priver if print privew is ok then its software issue Check the printer drivers
This model takes an extremely long time to shut down. I have had mine on for 2 years. because it takes way too long to start up and shut down. Still works fine.
If you really really want to power this unit down. Purchase a strip plug with power buttons for Monitor, CPU, Printer and Device 1 and 2. Shut down the PC normally then hit the Printer button on the strip plug. Viola printer off no worries.
you go on HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One printer, double click on it, a small window will appear, delete all recent commands
if problem not solve then turn off your pc and printer both and unplug the U.S.B cable, now turn on the pc and delete HP Officejet 6310 All-in-One driver and restart pc then install the driver manually again and print your documents again.
I don't have a 6310 but I do have 4 printers one of which is a 5610. I never bothered w/ a reset switch because I would just turn the printer off, then unplug everying for 2min. Then I would reconnect everything back. If it doesn't work, I suggest you uninstall the software and reinstall it again. Let me know if this helps.