The printer has several problems going on. It keeps stopping and starting in the middle of coping it dosen't matter whether it is one page or several pages. Some times the print is so small you can hardly read it. It also seams to take to much time before it starts to print.
Does this printer connected to the walloutlet directly? if not please connect it to directly...if still not working you just need to unplug the power cord and press the # and 6 key. while holding them both replug the power cord and release the two buttons once the printer starts up.. it will also go off then you can turn it on.. t ry copying again..
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Make sure you are using genuine Lexmark cartridges. Lexmark products work best with original supplies. Lexmark does not recommend the use of refilled, re-manufactured, or clone cartridges. You might not get the print quality you expect from ink that is specially formulated by Lexmark. Check your cartridge ink levels. From the printer operator panel, go to Maintenance > View Ink Levels. Replace the cartridge that has low ink level. If your ink levels are still substantial for printing and you are using genuine Lexmark supplies, please contact Lexmark Technical Support Center for further assistance.
After few head cleaning, ink counter running low, so ink ligh (red) flashing. Then ink counter runing out, so the light stayed on. After replacing both of ink, red light stayed on, because the compatible ink (chip) not recognized by printer. Check epson status monitor. Use original ink or refill and reset ink level counter.
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On this specific printer model this light means that your paper has jammed, you need paper, or your ink is low. Please re-start your computer and printer and try again. If problem persists check ink levels on the printer settings (computer)
Disregard the monitor information and rely on the printer.
On the left panel of the printer are your indicator lights and buttons. Push the button immediately to the left of the 'ink drop' light [looks like a little tear drop]. Open the cover and the printhead assembly will move to the left and stop. Look very closely and find that little 'ink drop' imprinted into the plastic in the very middle of the printer where the printhead assembly stopped. That 'ink drop' will line up wih the ink cartridge that needs replacing. Push that button on the left again and the printhead assembly will either return to the 'replace' position, or move to the next ink cartridge that needs replacing. Keep pushing that button just once at a time until the printhead assembly identifies all cartridges that need replacing and moves into the 'replace' position. This 'replace' position will be on the right side of the printer where the opening occurs that allows the top cover of the printhead assembly to open.
Change the appropriate cartridges and you should be good to go.
i am sure this is the same problem as the 440cn. each cartridge has an optical window on it where the sensor measures the ink level. what u do is put a folded piece of paper over this window and reinsert the cartridge. this makes the sensor think that cartridge is full and should reset the ink meter. the printer should work fine.
Normally when you install the print software you install HP Director or solution centre software that has a estimated ink staus monitor..from user manual
Check the estimated ink levels You can easily check the ink supply level to determine how soon you might need toreplace a print cartridge. The ink supply level shows an estimate of the amount of inkremaining in the print cartridges.Tip You can also print a self-test report to see if your print cartridges mightneed to be replaced. For more information, see Print a self-test report.To check the ink levels from the HP Director (Windows)1.In the HP Director(or HP Solution Center), click Settings, point to PrintSettings, and then click Printer Toolbox.Note You can also open the Printer Toolboxfrom the Print Propertiesdialog box. In the Print Properties dialog box, click the Services tab, andthen click Service this device.2.Click the Estimated Ink Level tab.The estimated ink levels for the print cartridges appear.To check the ink levels from the HP Image Zone software (Mac)1.In the HP Director (OS 9) or HP Image Zone (OS X), choose Settings, and thenchoose Maintain Printer.2.If the Select Printer dialog box appears, select your HP All-in-One, and then clickUtilities.3.From the pop-up menu, choose Ink Level.The estimated ink levels for the print cartridges appear.
Print a self-test report If you are experiencing problems with printing, print a self-test report before youreplace the print cartridges. This report provides useful information on several aspectsof your device, including your print cartridges. Load letter, A4, or legal unused plain white paper into the paper tray.
Press and hold the Cancel / Resume button and then press the Start CopyColorbutton The HP All-in-One prints a self-test report, which might indicate the source of theprinting problem.