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Try to unplug the power adapter from the printer. Then unplug and replug the power cord into the power outlet. Replug the power adapter into the printer. This will help reset the printer. Check if problem continues.
Check if it's warm or cold. It could be a defective power adapter issue. Unplug and replug the power cord into the power outlet to reset it. Bypass any surge devices or power strips. Replug the power adapter into the printer. The printer should automatically turn on, otherwise press Power button.
If problem continues, then it could be a faulty power adapter problem. I'd suggest you to contact Lexmark technical support for additional assistance.
Try to disconnect your printer from your computer. Then unplug and replug the printer into the power outlet to reset itself. When the printer turns on, reconnect to your computer. Doing this usually fixes minor communication issues. If that doesn't help, try to check and make sure the print spooler service is running on your computer. Refer to this article: How to
Restart or Reset the Print Spooler in Windows.
You can try to:
- Turn the printer off then turn it back on
- Unplug and replug both ends of the usb cable connecting your printer and computer
- Turn off the firewall
- Reinstall the printer driver and software
- if it still wont work, try a different usb cable
Hi, first; lets’ start from scratch.Turn off your (Computer), turn off the (Printer), unplug the printer from the power outlet; do not make any changes to the computer.Disconnect (all) the printer cables from the computer; reconnect the cables to the computer, and plug in to power outlet. Turn on the computer (first), turn on the printer. Go to; Control Panel, (Hardware and Sound), click Printer; if the Printer is present; click to open,Properties, click (Drivers): Update Drivers. Restart computer.Thanks paul7of9
I was looking for a manual online but did not find any, you can check your manual on how to reset the printer. They normally have it in the manual and once you reset it, the printer will return to factory settings including releasing the scanning part.
(1) Try a power cycle: Try turning the
printer off, then unplug the power supply from the printer, then unplug
the USB cable from the printer then the back of the computer; wait 30
second; then plug the USB cable back into the computer, then back into
the printer then plug the power supply back into the printer and turn
it on – run a test print: Start>Settings>Printers>Right-click on the printer>Properties>Print Test Page