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Printing blank pages

The printer acts like it is printing, but it is not. I only get blank pages. I have inspected my ink and had printed with this ink before.

I downloaded the software for my printer onto my computer and it sounds like something is printing, but the page prints out blank.

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  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2008

    I have the same problem, but with a Z52 Lexmark Color Inkjet Printer. I was printing a few days ago, and it was printing good, then all of a sudden it just stopped printing. It still ran as though it was printing, but blank pages came out. I cleaned the cartridges, downloaded new drivers, cleaned everything that I could, yet still no success.

  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    its the same problem what should i do?

  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2009

    Yeah, I have the same problem with my HP Office Jet All-in-one printer. It acts like it is printing just fine, but then only a blank page comes out. There is plenty of ink. I have tried to print test pages but they just come out blank, too. I have also cleaned the cartriges.

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My printer does the same thing but i found out what the promblem was the ink was the but was all dried up so i wet it a little and i got it to work again but i did the same with the black cartridge and it would work so i got a new black cartridge but try that

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Fist of all uninstall your printer driver and affter then install printer driver again if problem not get fix
then change cartridge.

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