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it is possible that the printer as a ink issue or thinks it has a paperjam, another thing that can happen is that the print sent to the printer become corrupt locking the printer in a "i dont know what to do" state.
try to run a test print through the printer using the internal test, this is normmaly done by holding down the power button till the power light blinks it should then spit out a print (do this while unplugged form the computer)
**for full test print instructions refer to user manual)
if the driver has become corrupted it also will send damaged print information to the printer
if the test print works fine than you may need to delete all your queued jobs and then run a WINDOWS TEST PRINT form the driver. if this still does not work reinstall the drivers of the printer
(providing the printer will run an internal print)
have you cleaned the print head? done a test page? i had a simlilar problem with a lexmark but it turned out to be a refilled cartridge. if you are using genuine hp cartridges i would recommend printing a test page and checking the solid colours .