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Keeps aligning printheads and printing blank pages

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  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2009

    We had the same problem. We installed all new printheads. We were told at Hp support it was because one or more of the printheads was expired. Hope this helps

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I had changed printer head, after changed printer head, printer take a align printheads after each and every print

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Step five: Align the printheads If the print quality is still bad, align the printheads.
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