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Things to check first for a camera that won't turn on are battery contact points, and micro switches that are located on the battery and memory card doors. Troubleshooting tips on other things that need to be checked may be seen here. These tips won't work for every case, but they're worth a try.
I have the same problem. Everything on the printer is working just fine. It'll do a test page just fine, so everything's working right. The %$^ thing just won't print. It makes noise like it's printing when you give it a print job, but it spits out blank pages.
Hi Sir/mam '' i hope i can help you with my idea ' as you said your HP prints the print test but not working to print any document '', so here we start on start menu then click my computer , as it opens you can be able to see your HP device icon , click HP then click print settings , set it to print using HP as default printer , because another instance it is set to print to image or print to file or print to email. . thank you
1) IF...IF...you had not printed with it for a while prior to the two weeks that it's been doing this, then you could try cleaning off the ink cartridge jet (or whatever it's called) with a Q-tip dampened with alchohol and see if that helps. It should tell you if ink is available.
2) This is a longshot, BUT, if for some reason you haven't powered off your computer during this "printer problem" time. I only mention this because those of us who have had computers for a long while may have listened to the advice to NOT turn off the computer. I followed that advice for a long time. I'm still bad about not powering down nightly, so thought I would mention this. My Lexmark Z705 recently did what your Dell 926 is doing. I tried powering off/on the printer, tried a fresh cartridge and nothing. I tried the "test page" option in the Lexmark troubleshooting software and "nothing". It wasn't until I rebooted my computer that I hit paydirt and the printer started working. Go figure.
I had a problem with my C5280 installing another copy of itself when I restarted my computer. Check to see that you don't have multiple copies installed and are possibly trying to print to the wrong one.
I just ran into a similar issue with my MP390. Actually both the color and black inks were not printing very well. I would get very inconsistent printing. Fixed the problem very easily and quickly as follows:
On the top of each print cartridge, there is a small hole. Remove the print head (lift the gray bar at the front of the print head and lift out the print head) with the cartridges still in place. Holding the print head over a piece of paper/paper towel, blow into the holes on the top of the cartridges (either directly or using a straw/tube of some kind). You should get ink coming out of the botton of the print head, both color and black. Replace and print head and test print.