20 Most Recent HP OfficeJet Pro L7580 InkJet Printer Questions & Answers


All the software/drivers for your HP printer can be installed by clicking on the link below:

Just select the OS you use, and you are good to go for the free download.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=2512008&#

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Apr 26, 2013


Use tissue paper to try and clean as mush off as you can. Surgical alcohol may do the trick as a solvent. It's either the roller or the guide wheels that help feed the paper through the printer that have come to ink that are causing the lines.

Try and get to them without taking the printer apart, as it can be a complecated affair. However if it is the only way, be sure to place the screws in a screw divider and don't rush. Go slowly and take photos of the disassembly as you go.

Another option is to get a printer technician to do it for you.

Take care!
damnor01

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on May 26, 2011


dont take it apart,you might gonna break your printer just remove paper from the back remove duplexer hen check for any loosed paper,pull the paper out,check compartments aswell turn off printer unplug power cable the check jammed paper inside the compartment 1,2,3...to check compartments just lift the middle part of the printer.

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Mar 30, 2011


yes you need to connect the printer to the phone line in order for the fax to work. Make sure that you plug the telephone to the LINE input.

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Feb 19, 2011


Remove all the paper out of the machine
At the back of the printer there is an access door.
Open up the door.
Look for any paper that may be stuck inside.
If there is paper, slowly pull it out of the machine.
Close the access door

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Feb 14, 2011


Try this...

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Nov 02, 2010


Take a look here


http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01110474&tmp_task=useCategory&lc=en&dlc=ro&cc=ro&lang=ro&product=2512008

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Aug 15, 2010


The 2 pieces are from the Automatic Document Feeder, just above the pickup roller. The S2 B part has two tiny and fragile axles and has to be placed around the "round blue button". It holds the C7309-40152 part that should slide between little slides between the 2 pickup rollers.
I would like to know how to get the S2 B wich does not seem to be a spare part ???

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Jun 09, 2010


Yes, you should be able to. That is of course if you're printing on white paper.

If you go into you printer options and select "greyscale" printing. It should switch out colour printing options.

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Apr 29, 2010


if you are working from a windows pc open solution center, go to settings then to fax settings, from there go to fax set up wizard... that way you can also double check that the rest of the settings are the same as they should be but the set up wizard allows you to also make sure that the header is set up correctly as well as the the number and rings to answer as well name and the set up for line.

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Apr 27, 2010


Hi There

Summary

Usage of compatible ink and leave the printer idle too long may cause printhead clogging
What should you do if you get this problem. Relax; you may recover the printhead by unclogging it. Follow these steps to unclog the printhead

1. Right click in the printer driver name
2. Select Properties menu
3. Click Maintenance tab
4. Click on cleaning sign for regular cleaning. Perform this up to 3 times.
5. If this does not work, perform Deep Cleaning

And if that not work

Some times it needs a good clean up but this is up to you if you want to do this,
But after you done this prime the printer so it gets the inks back in the heads, it may take a little time for the inks to work.

Ok.

There is fluid cleaner for this but I can never find any in the shops the only ones I seen is when they sell them in Tesco but they come in with the ink refill bottles so I just use worm water by it self on a cloth and dabbing on the heads to clean them, it will not harm the heads but not to much water.

Some heads are on the inks them self but some have them inside the printer so I not know your printer so if the heads are inside you need to get them out you may find that some heads will just clip out put some need to be unscrewed so you got to know how they come out so be careful and not push to hard on them, if the heads are on the ink then it is a easy job to clean them,
It worth a try it worked for me more than ones.

Please all I ask is call back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one, so I will keep on helping.
All The Best: Pineworks

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Mar 07, 2010


please follow the onscreen instructuions from the below mentioned URL and hopefully this should fix the problem
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01893668&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&product=2512008
print a test page from the below url
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00873156&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&product=2512008
still the issue is not solve follow the below url
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00841912&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&product=2512008
if still the issue is not solve
then disconnect the power cable for 20-30 second and connect power cable and openthe printer
if not help then call hp toll free number 1800-474-6836 they will replace the printer if the warranty period is there.
best of luck hope this works for you.

hope your issue gets resolved

thanks
regards
hamid

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Feb 26, 2010


SolutionFollow the given steps in the order presented to resolve the issue: Step one: Retry the print jobThe problem may occur only rarely. If you have not seen it in other printouts, try again. Step two: Increase the print quality modeIf reprinting did not help, try increasing the print quality mode.
  1. In the application you are printing from, click File , and then click Print .
  2. Make sure the printer is selected, and then click Properties .
  3. Select the Paper/Quality tab.
  4. In the Print Quality area, choose the next higher quality setting. If the current setting is Draft, choose Normal. If the current setting is Normal, choose Best.
Step three: Print in grayscale (black area streaking only) If the streaks are in a black area of a black and white printout, change to grayscale printing.
NOTE: This step does not apply to color printouts.
  1. In the application you are printing from, click File , and then click Print .
  2. Make sure the printer is selected and click Properties .
  3. Click the Color tab, and select Print Grayscale and High Quality .
Step four: Clean the printheadsIf the print quality is still bad, clean the printheads.
  1. Make sure the printer is loaded with unused white paper.
  2. Open HP Solution Center .
  3. Click Settings , Print Settings , and then select Printer Toolbox .
  4. Click the Service Tab .
  5. Click Clean Printhead , and then click Clean .
Step five: Align the printheads If the print quality is still bad, align the printheads.
  1. Make sure the printer is loaded with unused white paper.
  2. Open the printer Toolbox , and select the Printer Services tab.
  3. Click Align Printheads . The Align Printheads window opens. Click Align .
  4. The printer prints an alignment page. The lines in the patterns should appear to be straight. Click OK when the page finishes printing.
Step six: Calibrate the linefeed If the print quality is still bad, calibrate the linefeed:
  1. Make sure the printer is loaded with unused white paper.
  2. Open the printer Toolbox and select the Printer Services tab.
  3. Click Calibrate Advanced Linefeed . The Advanced Linefeed Calibration window opens. Click OK .
Step seven: Replace one or both printheads If the print quality is still bad after performing all the above steps, one or both of the printheads will have to be replaced. Print a PQ Diagnostic page to see which printhead should be replaced.
  1. Make sure the printer is loaded with unused white paper.
  2. Press the Setup button.
  3. Press 1 and * simultaneously.
  4. Look at the color blocks labeled Test Pattern 2. Some or all of them could show white horizontal streaks. If none of the blocks are streaked, the printheads are okay.
    • If the Black block has lines – replace the KY printhead.
    • If the Cyan block has lines – replace the MC printhead.
    • If the Magenta block has lines – replace the MC printhead.
    • If the Red block has lines – replace the KY printhead.
    • If the Green block has lines – replace the KY printhead.

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Dec 21, 2009


You can lift the top of the unit to inspect the rollers. Be careful because the L series the roller can pop off easily and if you're not paying attention to original orientation, can be a pain to put back in.. you press the blueish button to release the pick up assembly. See if any rollers are dusty. If they are, use Isopropyl alcohol (highest % you can find) and a LINT FREE cloth (dryer sheets/coffee filters or something of that nature..) and wipe clean

Hope this helps, I'm honestly doing all this from memory, I used to work for that dept here in Oregon ..

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered on Sep 08, 2009

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