Printer with Continuous System printing error

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I bought an ink-jet printer with continuous system a month ago. I am printing a lot of paper jobs daily. Early this morning when I start working and printing pages from the book I am making, I cannot print on the printer.

Alternately the lights on the printer are blinking. Ink tanks are all full and there is no bubble found on the ink tubes. What should I do now?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #98936

Printer with Continuous System printing error

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Dear Rodney,

There are a few things which you might try to solve this problem:

1. You can restart your computer and try again

2. Un-plug the printer cable and re-connect and try.

3. Check if the driver you are using for the printer is compatible with the Operating System that you are using.

4. Re-install the printer driver. If you do not have the driver, download it from the manufacturer's website from the support and downloads section using you printer model.

You can also Google search for your printer's driver using the Brand, model, and the Operating System you're using because the driver should match the OS in order to work properly, without causing problems.

Hope this helped.

Answered By 564720 points N/A #98937

Printer with Continuous System printing error

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If this is the current state of your printer, try checking the printer’s cable if it’s a USB type. Make sure that the printer’s USB plug is securely plugged in into the CPU’s USB port.

Make sure not to touch or move the printer’s plug from the USB port to avoid any interruption in the connection. If the printing operation got interrupted, try turning off the printer then turn it on again and then try printing again.

You may also try uninstalling the printer’s software then check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Then after that, install the printer’s program again then try printing afterwards.

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