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The printer does not print when commanded

Have a HP Pavillion computer purchased about 3 months ago. Bought Kodak5300 printer same time. The printer has been working fine until a day ago when we tried to print a letter wife wrote in Word. The printer started as it should on command but only get blank sheets- no printing

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    I may get letter head but no coupons.worked fine until a week ago.

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Try and copy something and check if that comes out blank or not..........if it comes out fine then just follow the troubleshooting guide on www.kodak.com/go/itg .

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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