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Thread: So aggravated with my printer

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    Senior Member theoldgraymare's Avatar
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    I am about ready to chuck my printer out the window! I can't get it to print anything. I spent two hours going through the guided helps and nothing helped. Finally I quit and decided to relax on the board! Maybe the solution will come to me in a dream. I darn sure don't want to call the tech line and try to decipher what someone with a strong foreign accent is trying to tell me at $60 a call. (grinding of teeth)

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    This may sound stupid but did you try the in cartridges or shut it off and then turn it back on again.

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    You also might re-installing the software.

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    is it an HP? which ever it is, you should be able to find some help online at the company site.
    good luck

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    Yes, explain what the problem is.....maybe we can help you!

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    I've had the same problem sometimes and I just unplug the printer wait a few minutes and plug it back in and it works.

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    Our printer is a Dell and it has decided it doesn't want to feed the paper through. Ugh! We are seriously considering getting a Kodak printer. The cost of a new printer would be less than what new ink cartriges would be also.

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    Could you have possibly clicked on pause by accident? I have done this several times over the years, and it takes me forever to figure out what was wrong :oops:

    Also, try unplugging the printer from the wall and the tower, restart the computer and then plug it back into the tower and then the wall :D:D:D

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    The problem has been resolved. I stopped the printer spooling service, then restarted it, and that finally did the trick. Thank you all for your suggestions.

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    OK, now back to quilting!!

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