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Prints clean sheet - not printing anything on the paper

Not printing anything on the paper. I changed the toner, did a print test page and also did a cleaning page and nothing prints out on the paper

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Mine did that too, no text on page, we had to change the defeat setting from the router.

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SOURCE: why do all pages print onto one page when i hit the print button in a multipage document

I guess you are using word. In that case the default driver you use and comes standard with windows is flawed. Download a new one from HP.

Posted on Oct 24, 2007

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SOURCE: Printer prints all pages on one sheet of paper

what application are you printing from? also, can you do a print preview to see if there are more than one page? if that works, then your printer mechanism is not following the driver information from the print queue manager.

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SOURCE: laserjet 3015 is printing multiple pages on one sheet

exists special function in driver of the printer which quantifies pages of the document on one signet sheet. Sounds like "Multiple printing" you can manipulate or disactivate this function.

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SOURCE: Extra blank sheet of paper between printed pages

Check your print settings, it is possible that you enable page seporator in the settings.

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Problem printing multiple pages on one sheet!

The problem is the PCL5 driver.
Replace it with a PCL6 driver.

Apparently, Microsoft issued an update that broke PCL5 drivers.
Perhaps they were trying to save paper. LOL!

Posted on Jun 06, 2009

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