Question about HP LaserJet 4700 Printer
Sometimes cartridges can be defective and cause a clicking noise especially compatible or after-market toners.I would first try re-seating all the cartridges. If you still have the old cartridges re-install and test them one at a time to isolate where the noise is coming from. It is vert unlikely but possible that the toner cartridge could be causing the printer to only print 2 pages at a time. That sounds more like a resource issue than a printer related issue.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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A new color print cartridge needs to be installed.
If available, click the Continue button on your computer screen to print using the
black (or photo) print cartridge. (The Continue button is available only at the
beginning of a print job.)
Note: A variable amount of ink remains in the color print cartridge.
Follow these steps to replace the color print cartridge in your printer:
1 Cancel the print job if not already canceled.
2 Replace the color print cartridge with a new cartridge. For more information,
see "Removing a used print cartridge" on page 35 and "Installing print
cartridges" on page 35.
3 Print again.
To order supplies, click Order Ink on your computer screen. You can also see
"Ordering paper and other supplies" on page 40 in this guide.
Installing print cartridges
1 If you are installing new print cartridges, remove the sticker and tape from the back and bottom of the cartridges.
Warning-Potential Damage: Do not touch the gold contact area on the back or the metal nozzles on the
bottom of the cartridges.
Maintaining the printer
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