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Anonymous Posted on May 25, 2014

How many pages should an officejet 7210 print?

The printer self-test shows a Total Page count of 21,516. What is the normal lifespan. The scanner no longer works. The print carraige started to jam with no apparent reason.

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Anonymous

  • Posted on Feb 25, 2008

SOURCE: Hp Officejet 7210 all-in-one

Random Extremely slow printing !! same !! changed cartridges . i cant figure out the problem !

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Anonymous

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  • Posted on Mar 17, 2008

SOURCE: self test page

you cnt print test page if your printer is not connected to a computer

Anonymous

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  • Posted on Jun 29, 2008

SOURCE: HP1200 prints blank page

Try ressetting the printer:
Turn the printer off. Press and hold the Go button for 20 seconds while powering on the printer

Anonymous

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2009

SOURCE: the printer acts like it is printing, but doesnt actually print

1. Clean the scanner/copier glass and white scan backing on the inside of the top lid with glass cleaner. If there is any foreign material on the glass or white scan backing, the scanner will include it as part of the image resulting in extra pages. OR FOLLOW THESE STEPS This normally occurs because one of the ink cartridges is low on ink. To fix this, do the following:

  1. Check the amount of ink remaining in the ink cartridges by checking the Estimated Ink Levels tab in the HP Toolbox. The HP Toolbox can be opened by one of the following methods:
    • To open the HP Toolbox click Start , click Programs ( All Programs in Windows XP), click Hewlett-Packard , locate and click the HP all-in-one product folder, and then click HP Toolbox .
    • If the HP Toolbox cannot be found using the above method, it can be opened from the HP Director. Click Settings , click Printer Settings , and then click Printer Toolbox .
    Replace any ink cartridge that is low on ink.
  2. Print a self-test page from the all-in-one. If the colors are correct on the self-test page and are not faded or light, continue troubleshooting with Step 3. If one or more colors are incorrect, missing, or fade out, the ink cartridge should be replaced. To print a self-test page:
    1. Press the Setup or Menu button until Print Report appears in the display, and then press Enter .
    2. Press the Setup or Menu button until Self-Test appears in the display, and then press Enter .
  3. If the colors are only slightly off, some all-in-ones have a Color Intensity setting that can be adjusted. Increase the Color Intensity slider to enhance the colors. If your all-in-one has this option, it can be found in the Copy screen when using the Director to setup the copy. For more information on this setting, review the copying information in the Reference Guide or click Help in the Director to view the help files.
  4. When printing on some photo papers, the black areas may have a greenish cast when photo paper is the selected paper type. Try changing the paper type setting to HP Bright White paper or Plain paper.
  5. Perform the steps listed in the Step 3 of the 'White lines through copies' section above to clean the ink cartridges and then make another copy to see if the problem still exists.
  6. Service your product, if the problem still exists. (PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF QUESTION 6)

Anonymous

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2009

SOURCE: prints a self test page everytime

Replace ALL ink cartidges with NEW HP cartridges.

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How can I display the number of pages my printer has printed? I need to work out the costing for my business. Can I reset the counter? Cheers Jennifer

You can print a printer status report,print self test page from printer as standalone.there are details mentioned there about the page printed by your printer since you set it up.Page count started from the first time printer prints anything when you set it up and it collates all of it till present.

You also need to consider the ype of printer you have.

You can also print test page from PC to printer

this is example for windows xp.
windows xp is printers and faxes
windows vista is hardware and sound then printers
windows 7 is devices and printers

Learn how to print a self-report page from the product with Windows. Printing a self-test report from Windows
NOTE: The exact steps to open the Printers or Printers and Faxes window might vary depending on the version of Microsoft Windows being used.
  1. Click the Start or the Windows Vista button (c01319360.gif ).
  2. Click Printers or Printers and Faxes .
  3. Click the desired printer icon to highlight it.
  4. Click File , and then click Properties .
  5. Click the Services tab.
  6. Click Print a Test Page .
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HP 7210 Officejt is not printing

Hi,

Are you able to make copy from printer or print test page ?
If you are not able to make copy from printer or print self test page
Check if the cartridges are not empty.
If they have ink, follow the steps below

1. Disconnect the power cable from back of printer
2. While holding the # and 6 button, connect the power cord to printer.
3. It will print the alignment sheet and you will have to re-align the printer and try to print/copy
*Note this is Semifull reset and doing so you may loose fax logs and other fax related setting you have setup on printer.


Or are you not able to print from PC ?

Click the link below to know how to resolve the print job stuck in queue issue.
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How to count number of printings

Press 'Setup' - 2 - 4. This will print a Self-test report. In the top paragraph, Printer Information you will find 'Pages printed', followed by the total number of pages the machine has printed broken down by tray, total for all, and duplex printed.
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Cannot find resume button on HP 7210

the resume button is on the control panel . Peform a self-test by pressing and holding the RESUME button on the control panel until the product begins printing. A test page prints. you may have to hit enter to get to see resume after you have cleared the jam
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How to print configuration page hp officejet g55

Printing a self-test page Method one: Print a self-test page from the All-in-One control panel
  1. Press the Menu button.
  2. Press 3 or use the arrow keys to scroll to Print Report , and then press the Enter button.
  3. Press 5 or use the arrow keys to scroll to Print Report , and then press the Enter button. The self-test page prints.
Method two: Print a self-test page from the computer
  1. Click Start and click Printers and Faxes .
  2. Right-click the appropriate product, and then click Properties .
  3. Click Print Test Page . The self-test page prints.


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Officejet 7210 puts odd sized print jobs on hold

check to see if there is a custom size option on the page setup on the print job. that might work.

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/eric_7148ad2a373711a3

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HP 7210 pagecount

Yes, we can get the page count of the all-in-one.

Print the self-test report from the front panel of the all-in-one. In that report, the page count will be mentioned.

If we reset the printer then it will become zero and starts again.

Perform below steps to print self-test page.

  1. On the front panel of the product, press Menu (or Setup) .
  2. Press the Right Arrow until Print Reports displays, and then press Enter, Start, or OK .
  3. Press the Right Arrow until Self-Test Report displays, and then press Enter, Start, or OK


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