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The printer sends the my computer successfully sends the document to the printer but it does not print. the paper goes through and comes out blank.

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Try unplugging the Printer for 30 seconds, Plug it back in and try it out. if problem persists next step.


Are there any error specific codes? If not re install drivers here link to your driver.
Please provide feedback to help get to the source of your problem, thank you.

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