HP LaserJet 1200 Printer is Printing Mixed Colors

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I have a used HP laserjet 1200 Printer.I brought it a year ago.It came with the toner and other things.since a week i been getting print out like mixing colors.i cant understand this problem so does this mean i need a new toner or something else?Please someone help me. reply soon

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Answered By 0 points N/A #98908

HP LaserJet 1200 Printer is Printing Mixed Colors

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Since you brought your printer a year ago, that means it is not that old. HP Laserjet 1200 printers are really good product and they are not suppose to malfunction within a year. But different reasons might cause the printer to malfunction.

I would first try replacing the toner with a new toner of same model. If the printer still doesn't print perfectly then there should be some problem with the laser of the printer or the ribbon. Just take it to a technician and they should be able to fix it.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #98910

HP LaserJet 1200 Printer is Printing Mixed Colors

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Whats up Srishan, your printer might be having a cartridge problem,most probably the leaking of colors. Here is the solution you need to carry out;

First ensure that the printer is disconnected from electricity

Then you need to carefully remove the cartridge/toner from the printer and open the shutter to see whether there is any remaining ink.

Once you do that you can check on whether there was anything blocking it then you repair or replace with other cartridges.

You will get other cartridges from your local dealer.

Answered By 0 points N/A #98912

HP LaserJet 1200 Printer is Printing Mixed Colors

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The problem seems like a spooler one. In these cases, you can generally restart the option spooler to make it operating again (if printing is not working). For doing this, click Win+R to unlock the Run dialog and enter 'services.msc' (without quotation marks) and press the Enter button. Then scroll down and find Print Spooler, right click and choose Restart.

After doing this, if it’s not working then you may require to stop the print spooler, unlock the directory of the spool of the printer concerned, need to clean up the first or all the pending documents, and restart again the spooler ( usually due to damaged spool files).

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