Question about HP LaserJet 2300d Printer
There is a line of sensors along the paper path, if any of these are obscured by even the smallest scrap of paper you will get the messasge, re check the paper path again it only needs a scrap of paper, if you can spot any of the sensors give them a blow with some compressed air (paper dust build up), last but worth a try unplug for 2 minutes to allow residual power to drain and then try power up and see if the message has cleared
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Printer offline solution:
Printer Spool offline:
Disconnect the USB cable, go to RUN and type in services.msc and then find print spool and right click, then choose restart.
Paper Jam solution:
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