hp deskjet 6122

Printer won’t turn on ¶ 

I keep hitting the power button and it won’t turn on

Printer not plugged in ¶ 

Ensure that all cords are plugged into their respective ports and into the AC outlet.

Cord loose ¶ 

A cord could be loose and not in all the way, push tightly on each one.

Cord damaged ¶ 

A cord could be damaged or stripped, inspect the wire. If there are any visible damages, consider replacing the cord.

Printer is not responding when I tell something to print ¶ 

I keep hitting the print button on my computer, but nothing happens

Printer not plugged in ¶ 

Ensure that all cords are plugged into their respective ports and into the AC outlet.

Drivers not updated ¶ 

Insert the disc that came with the computer, or even search your computer online and update the drivers directly from their website. Drivers allow your computer to recognize and interface with your computer.

Prints with traces of ink missing ¶ 

My printer is printing, but the ink is choppy

Not calibrated ¶ 

Your printer software comes with a calibrate option. Ensure that you run this, and it will calibrate and print a test page for you.

Cartridge low ¶ 

Your cartridge could be low on ink, this happens after roughly 500 pages depending on the amount of ink on each page.

Cartridge loose ¶ 

Open up the front panel and place your hand on the cartridge. If it feels loose, try to push it into a “locked” state and try to reprint.

The printer is trying to run, but nothing is coming out ¶ 

Every time I tell something to print, it runs, but nothing comes out

Paper low or out ¶ 

Your paper tray must have paper in it in order to print. Ensure there is enough in it, but not too much as that can “clog” the paper feeder.

Paper not synced with feed track ¶ 

Remove some paper, if it looks like too tight for any paper to fit through the feed track. Ensure the paper is placed in straight and on top of the feed wheels.

Paper in wrong tray ¶ 

Make sure your paper is in the tray at the top of the printer. The bottom tray is where the finished product comes out. It is common to mistake these with each other.

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