HP Laserjet pro 400 printing blank pages
When you print from the printer, HP laserjet pro 400 printing blank pages instead of printed page. The common issues encountered by the printer are provided in detail in the user manual. Dial our toll-free number for any guidance in troubleshooting.
Quick steps to fix the HP laserjet pro 400 issue
- Insert plain sheets into the input tray without any bindings.
- Press the Setup icon in the lower-left corner on the printer’s control panel.
- Choose the Tools option.
- Check for the estimated ink levels option and select OK.
- Use authentic and compatible printer models.
- Uninstall and again install the ink cartridges into their slots.
- Align the ink cartridges as they result in high-quality printouts.
- Use an automated tool to clear the dust on the printhead.
Elaborate steps to resolve the HP laserjet pro 400 issue
Replace the empty ink cartridges: Locate the power button on the printer and press it. Load the printer with plain, white paper. Grab the handle and raise the ink cartridge door until it locks into space. Lift the ink cartridge and gently push the lid back to release the ink cartridge to solve HP laserjet pro 400 printing blank pages.
To remove the ink cartridge from the slot, pull up on it. Take one of the new ink cartridges and remove the plastic tape from the ink cartridges by holding it carefully.
Slide the ink cartridge forward into the slot and close the lid of the ink cartridge. Close the ink cartridge access door.
Manually clear the area around the ink nozzles: Power on the printer and remove the ink cartridge from its slot. Hold the ink cartridges by its sides.
Moisten a foam- rubber swab or lint- free cloth with distilled water and squeeze excess of water from it. Clean the edges and face around the ink cartridge with the swab. Either allow the ink cartridge to sit for 10 minutes or a new swab to dry it.
Print a Print Quality Diagnostic Report: On the Printer Control Panel, swipe it to the left and select the Setup icon. Touch tools and swipe up the display and touch Print Quality Report. A Print Quality Diagnostic Report prints.
Examine the color blocks for defects. If any of the color blocks does not show white lines, they are not faded.
If any of the color blocks shows white lines, they are faded.
Check the alignment lines and green color blocks on the Print Quality Diagnostic Report.
Make sure the lines appear straight and connected and there are no dark lines or white gaps in the green color blocks to solve HP laserjet pro 400 printing blank pages.