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Printer printing blank pages? Use HP Printer Support.
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If your printer prints blank pages, then you have to ensure that the Ink or toner cartridges not dislodged from their paper place. As well as, also ensure that you didn’t load the wrong size paper there. Also, ensure clogged printer head nozzles there. After checking all, if you still fronting the same, then utilize HP Printer Support to resolve it. 
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There are a few things that could be the cause of this problem, including:

– Empty ink or toner cartridges that need replacing
– Ink or toner cartridges that have become dislodged from their proper place
– The wrong paper size loaded in the input tray
– Clogged printer head nozzles causing a build-up of blocked ink or toner
– Blank pages in the document you’re printing

Read on to find out how to rectify these problems quickly and get back to printing without any issues.

Empty Cartridges
We don’t want to sound condescending, but have you checked the ink/toner levels in your cartridge? They may have completely depleted since you last used the printer. Check the ink/toner levels and replace when necessary.

Disconnected Cartridge
Even if your cartridge is full and ready for action, it may have become slightly dislodged and no longer in full electrical contact with the printer. The easiest way to rectify this potential problem is to simply remove and reinstall the cartridges. This may complete the electrical circuit and ensure everything runs and prints as normal.

Incorrect Paper Size
If you have accidentally (or purposefully for a previous print job) changed the in-program paper size setting without reverting back to your paper size of choice – it could be confusing the printer. Go into Print Preview or the print settings and make sure the correct paper size is selected.

Clogged Nozzles
This problem is particularly likely to affect people who use their printer quite infrequently, with hardened ink potentially clogging up the nozzles. If your printer has a ‘Print Head Nozzle Check’ option, select that and let the machine clear the nozzles. This should remove any blockages and help the ink to flow once again.
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