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a tpms or tire pressure monitoring sensor only indicates when the pressure is below a certain psi. If a vehicle is pulling to a certain side on a level surface there could be several things at fault: low tire pressure, uneven wear on tires, or a problem in the suspension. If whoever performed the alignment knew what they were doing they should have advised you of any issues. Most service centers do a computerized alignment because they have no idea what camber or caster means so basically it's a waste of money unless a skilled tech tests/inspects the vehicle for themself
I've run into this problem. The first simple thing to look at is the aligment page itself. Does it have colors on it or is it strictly greyscale/black and white? If your color cartridge is empty/a knockoff/not installed correctly, the printer will just print the alignment page in black/white and not necessarily notify you of a problem. However, the cartridges won't align if the aligment page isn't printed in color.
This is clearly a screw-up by HP, because there is nothing to notify you of this problem in the software or manual. The printer will automatically print an aligment page, and then tell you to scan it. If they did it right there would be some error message notifying the user that it couldn't print an aligment page rather than print one that is worse than useless.
when you do the alignment procedure, your printer prints the page to place on the scanner glass and complete the alignment. A page from another printer will not align your printer correctly. Select tools in the menu and then select printer alignment, the instructions are printed on that alignment page.
It sounds that your printer did not finish the last aligment process. If it will finish after cartridge change then it will not be prompted again untill re-installation of cartridge.
When it asks for aligment do the complete process as permanual then the problem will be fixed.
you must be experienced technician to do this if you are not will mes up your tv there is a service mode that you can access by pshing a service buttom located in front of digital convergence bord afther the aligment is done you have to reinitialize sensors and save to eprom for this service manual is needed