We have 3 dell 1700 printers that all started printing very light at the same time. These printers are connected to individual machines. This appeared to happened when the University pushed out a Microsoft patch or something.
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Easy fix. Replace the pick up rollers. There cheap and easy to replace. It make perfect sense, bought at the same time and use the same amount then the pick up rollers are going to wear out causing paperjams at the same time.
You may have a 'recalled printer' Check out this link! http://support.dell.com/support/batteryrecall/index.aspx/en/main
1700/1700n Printer RecallIn
cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Dell is
voluntarily providing the Customers who purchased the 1700/1700n printer
(from June 8th, 2004 - August 18th, 2004) a free replacement printer.
[Announced September 7, 2004]
hello..go (start)up menu then click then find the option (Setting) then click choose (Printer and Faxes) then click.if here find you`re printer name click and sets (Use Printer offline) or (Pause Printing)..Thanks and Good Luck..
i think u might have used ur printer without paper often . unplug the printer from system and switch it off.Replug it again on the system ant switch it on and see. Even then if it is not printing uninstall the drivers for printers and reinstall again and print.