After printing 1-2 pages, the printer goes offline, and I have to push the top button. It then prints 1-2 pages and does the same thing again.
My "paper jam" light is blinking all the time. There is no jam, though.
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·Step 1 Open the Start menu and click on the
"Printers and Faxes" icon. This will open a window with a list of the
printers currently set up on your computer. ·Step 2 Double-click on the icon of the
printer you want to change to online. A pop-up window detailing all current
print jobs will open. ·Step 3 Go to Printer in the menu bar of
the pop-up window and uncheck "Use Printer Offline." This action will
change the printer from offline to online. Mac
Instructions·Step 1 Open System Preferences by
clicking on the icon in the Dock. ·Step 2 Go to the Print & Fax
control panel under the Hardware category. ·Step 3 Select the printer you want to
take online from the list on the left side of the screen. Then click on the
"Open Print Queue" button. ·Step 4 Click on the "Resume
Printer" button at the top of the queue window to change the printer from
offline to online.
Thats ..paper size mismatch, check the paper size settings of your printer in printer properties is the same as what document or document program is set to under page size of the document you wish to print, if these dont match the printer goes offline so you can put in what it's been told is the right size paper or press online to force it to print regardless...so in your case check paper size in both locations and you should be right, there are other things but 99% of the time..thats ya baby;)
not required to press the go button . if the printer is in of line at that time you give print means you have to press the go button... to know the printer status.... if the ready light is on .. printer is online ... ready light off the printer is offline....... use correct printer driver for avoid junk print.....
Please follow the steps given below to perform a self test on the printer:
1. Switch off the printer. 2. Press and hold down the paper feed button. 3. While keeping the paper feed button depressed, turn the power back on. 4. When the printer starts to print, release the paper feed button. 5. When the first page is printed, switch off the power (otherwise the printer will keep on printing).
The 'Config 1" message on the T6215 is not indicating an error message, this message is simply indicating that Config 1 of the 10 configurations that you can set on the T6125 is loaded.
With the Config 1 message loaded you should still be able to print so long as the printer is ONLINE and does not have any other error lights on.
If the printer is not printing I would recommend printing a configuration page to check the printer is working OK.
To print a configuration page follow these steps;
Put the printer OFFLINE
Press the MENU BUTTON
Press the DOWN ARROW to HELP
The printer should print a configuration page, if this prints correctly I would recommend checking the settings in particular the Interface and Emulation settings.
I would also recommend checking connectivity between the system and the printer to check the print jobs can get to the printer.
Also check the system to ensure the correct printer driver and printer setup is being chosen.
I suggest you get a sheet of Card Stock (Heavy
paper) and place it in the feed way. Then press the print
button applying a slight amount of pressure on the Card Stock so it
will feed through the printer. The reason for this is in some cases I
have been able to clear the paper track of debris that was deposited there
Worth a try, as I have fixed a number of printers this
way, saving costly repairs.
Hope this helps.Bud